When Will NASCAR’s Aging Team Owners Finally Retire — And Who’s Most Likely To Replace Them?

Inevitably, a changing of the guard among the owners of NASCAR’s premier teams is going to occur in the next few years. In some cases, the transition of power is already in progress.

With team owners Roger Penske, Jack Roush, Joe Gibbs, Richard Childress, and Rick Hendrick all over the age of 72, Father Time isn’t on their side. And it’s only a matter of when, not if, someone younger and more vibrant takes the helm.

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