Terry Boyle was introduced to racing at an early age as while growing up in Denver, as his next door neighbor was multi-time Englewood Speedway champion Bill Nicholson.  Terry’s own racing career began in drag racing, with success in a modified 1957 Chevy, as well as a 1939 Chevy Gasser that was a record holder at Continental Divide Raceway in the mid-1960’s.  He was ready to try the Englewood Speedway Figure-8 division in 1970, competing in a 1957 Ford with the number 42 he would display throughout his career.  He found figure-8 racing to his liking, and improved his competitive skills each year of racing in the division.  During that time, there were two organizations offering figure-8 racing at Englewood Speedway—the Arapahoe Racing Association sanctioned Saturday night shows, and the Englewood Racing Association races were held on Sunday nights.  Terry raced both nights, and made frequent trips to southern Colorado tracks as well.  He shifted his attention to racing in the Late Model division in 1972, and driving a newly-built car at Englewood, Lakeside, Sportsman’s Park and Beacon Hills Speedways.  Early in the 1973 season, his car would suffer a catastrophic engine failure, and Terry moved back to the figure-8 division instead of rebuilding the Late Model.  In his first night back, he broke the figure-8 track record, setting the stage for a number of successful years. He won the Englewood Racing Association Sunday night championship in 1974, followed by a stellar 1975 season where he won the division title in both figure-8 divisions.  His success led to the award of a starting position at the National Figure-8 Championship in Islip, New York—a high distinction in the Figure-8 world–and Terry was able to record a top ten finish against the best drivers in the country.  Terry retired after the beginning of the 1976 season, leaving a racing legacy of winning numerous trophy dashes, quick times, main events, and three championships in two years.  He always approached racing with a professional attitude and a strong sense of pride in his ability and equipment. He was a great role model for the youngsters just getting started in the sport, and had always represented the Colorado Racing community well.  Terry Boyle in now represented in the Colorado Motorsports Hall of Fame, class of 2021.