The Southeast Super Truck Series (SEST) was created during the winter months of 2011 as founder Jeff Myers was looking to create a cost effective way for short track racers to compete. The rules have been set to where various chassis and engine combinations will be very competitive. The schedule attempts to minimize travel, featuring races within a tight radius at popular tracks in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. In short, the SEST is geared to be the most affordable avenue for someone who owns or races a Late Model Super Truck to go racing.
Given the large number of talented racers and teams that compete in the series, the Southeast Super Truck Series and the Southeast Limited Late Model Series have established themselves as excellent development series for drivers working their way up the ladder.