NASCAR AutoZone Elite Division, Southeast Series

The NASCAR AutoZone Elite Division, Southeast Series is a former amateur motorsport series of NASCAR, which ran exclusively on short ovals in the United States. The series was a long time the name "Slim Jim All Pro Series".

At the end of 2006, the series Autozone along with the NASCAR AutoZone Elite Division, Midwest Series, the NASCAR AutoZone Elite Division, Northwest Series and the NASCAR Elite Division, Southwest Series was dissolved in the wake of the reorganization of the regional series of NASCAR.

Major drivers for the NASCAR AutoZone Elite Division was, Southeast Series the beginning of her successful career were, among others, Shawna Robinson, Rick Crawford, Robert Huffman, Jason Keller and the current Sprint Cup driver David Reutimann.

Currently, the largest exclusively regional propelled series of NASCAR, the NASCAR Camping World West Series and the NASCAR Camping World East Series.

National Sprint Cup | Nationwide Series | Craftsman Truck Series

Regional Grand National Division: K & N Pro Series East | K & N Pro Series West Modified: Whelen Modified Tour | Whelen Southern Modified Tour Weekly Short Track Racing: Whelen All- American Series Special Event: Toyota All-Star Showdown

International series Canada: Canadian Tire Series Mexico: Toyota Series | T4 Series

Former series AutoZone Elite Division Midwest Series | Northwest Series | Southeast Series | Southwest Series Other series: ISCAR | Grand American | Convertible Division | Speedway Division

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