|Born||February 26, 1968 (age 40)|
|Achievements||1989 Flat Rock Speedway Track Champion
1990 Flat Rock Speedway Track Champion
1992 Toledo Speedway Track Champion1995 Sandusky Speedway Track Champion
|NASCAR Camping World Truck Series statistics|
|Car #, team||#60 - Wyler Racing|
|2007 NCWTS position||14th|
|Best NCWTS position||7th - 2001 (Craftsman Truck Series)|
|First race||1996 Florida Dodge Dealers 400 (Homestead)|
|First win||1998 Stevens Bell/Genuine Car Parts 200 (Flemington)|
|Last win||2006 O'Reilly Auto Parts 250 (Kansas City)|
|Statistics current as of July 27, 2008.|
Terry Cook (born February 26, 1968 in Sylvania, Ohio) is an American stock car driver. He drives the #60 Wyler.com Toyota Tundra in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. He is married to former Craftsman Truck pit reporter Amy East, and brother-in-law to current driver Bobby East.
Cook began racing on a professional level in 1987 at Flat Rock Speedway and Toledo Speedway, collecting eleven wins in his first year of competition. Cook doubled his win total in 1988 before he moved up to super late models. He won the track championship in 1989 and 1990 at Flat Rock Speedway. Cook then went on to win the Super Late Model Championship at Toledo Speedway in 1992 and again at Sandusky Speedway in 1995.
In 1996, Cook made his NASCAR Truck Series debut at The Milwaukee Mile. Qualifying the #88 Sealmaster Racing Chevrolet Silverado 24th, he finished 24th, three laps down. He ran two additional races that season for Sealmaster, finishing 23rd at Phoenix International Raceway. In 1997, Cook ran fifteen races during the season, with sponsorship from the PBA Tour. He won his first career pole at Flemington Speedway and posted a best finish of fifteenth twice.
Cook ran the full schedule in 1998. He won his first career racea at Flemington and had six top-ten finishes, ending the season 20th in the final points. Due to a lack of primary sponsorship in 1999, Cook only posted three top-ten finishes before Big Daddy's BBQ Sauce came on board towards the end of the season, when he finished fifteenth in the standings. In 2000, PickupTruck.com became the team's primary sponsor, and despite seven top-tens, Cook was released with one race to go for Matt Crafton. He drove for K Automotive Racing at the season finale, finishing seventh. He drove K Automotive's #29 Ford F-150 full-time in 2001, winning the pole at Nazareth Speedway and finishing a career-high seventh in points.
In 2002, Cook won a career best four races and two poles, but dropped to eighth in points. He won an additional two poles in 2003, but did not finish in the top-five all season. He joined ppc Racing's fledging truck team in 2004. Despite winning the pole at the season-opening Florida Dodge Dealers 250, he dropped to sixteenth in the standings. He moved up one spot in points in 2005 after posting two top-fives.
In 2006, Cook grabbed a win at Kansas Speedway and finished eighth in points. With no sponsorship at ppc, he left the team after the 2006 season to replace Chad Chaffin at HT Motorsports. He had four top tens and finished fourteenth in points, but was released at the end of the season. He will drive for Wyler Racing in 2008.