NASCAR AutoZone Elite Division, Southeast Series

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The NASCAR AutoZone Elite Division, Southeast Series was a NASCAR-sanctioned amateur/semi-pro racing series based in the Southeastern United States. The series was formerly known as the Slim Jim All Pro Series; it was founded in 1991 as the result of a merger between the All PRO Super Series and the NASCAR All-American Challenge Series The drivers who have graduated from this series include Shawna Robinson, Rick Crawford, Robert Huffman, Jason Keller, and David Reutimann. NASCAR terminated the series following the 2006 season. A non Nascar Racing series is coming to race in 2021 not a Nascar sanctioned event The Southeastern Racing Association.

List of champions (NASCAR All Pro Series/Southeast Series)Edit

The following drivers won the All Pro Series/Southeast Series championship between the series' inception in 1991 and its termination in 2006.

Year Champion Most Popular Driver Rookie of the Year
1991 Jody Ridley Jody Ridley Bart Ingram
1992 Jody Ridley Jody Ridley David Probst
1993 Jody Ridley Jody Ridley Scot Walters
1994 Mike Cope Mike Cope Ron Barfield Jr.
1995 Hal Goodson Mike Cope Jimmy Britts
1996 Mike Cope Tammy Jo Kirk Steven Christian
1997 Hal Goodson Hank Parker Jr. David Reutimann
1998 Freddie Query Scott Kilby Scott Kilby
1999 Wayne Anderson Billy Bigley Coy Gibbs
2000 Billy Bigley David Reutimann Casey Yunick
2001 Wayne Anderson Wayne Anderson Charlie Bradberry
2002 Jeff Fultz Jody Lavender Jason Hogan
2003 Charlie Bradberry Charlie Bradberry John Wilkinson III
2004 Jeff Fultz Kevin Prince J. R. Norris
2005 Jeff Fultz Jeff Fultz Gary Helton
2006 J. R. Norris J. R. Norris Josh Hamner

List of champions (NASCAR All-American Challenge Series)Edit

The following drivers won the All-American Challenge Series championship between the series' inception in 1984 and its merger into the All-Pro Series termination in 1991.

Year Champion Most Popular Driver Rookie of the Year
1984 Mike Alexander
1985 Dave Mader III
1986 Dave Mader III
1987 Dave Mader III
1988 Dave Mader III
1989 Stanley Smith
1990 Mike Garvey

List of champions (All PRO Super Series)Edit

The following drivers won the All PRO Super Series championship between the series' inception in 1980 and its merger into the All-Pro Series termination in 1991.

Year Champion Most Popular Driver Rookie of the Year
1980 Don Sprouse
1981 Randy Couch
1982 Randy Couch
1983 Freddie Fryar
1984 Darrell Brown
1985 Steve Grissom
1986 Gary Balough
1987 Jody Ridley
1988 Jody Ridley
1989 Joe Nemechek
1990 Jody Ridley

ReferencesEdit

  • Woodbury, Ward, ed. (2005). The Official NASCAR 2005 Preview and Press Guide. Charlotte, North Carolina: UMI Publications. p. 438.

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