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Predicting Who Will Be the Next 5 Sprint Cup Drivers to Retire

Jeff Gordon was a pacesetter in his illustrious 23-year Sprint Cup career, and now he’s become a pace-setter in another area—retirement. Gordon, who retired at the age of 44, is the first of several Sprint Cup drivers that will likely be hanging up their fire suits in the next five years or so. Tony Stewart, who turns 45 on May 20, is already in line to be the next driver to call it a career, with the upcoming 2016 Sprint Cup season being his last. There are five drivers that will likely be the next ones to retire, with several others who could be close behind. The latter ones are likely to be David Gilliland (turns 40 on April 1), Jamie McMurray (turns 40 on June 3), Ryan Newman (just turned 38 on Dec. 8), Casey Mears (turns 38...

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