10 Current NASCAR Drivers Who Are Locks for the Hall of Fame

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10 Current NASCAR Drivers Who Are Locks for the Hall of Fame
Randy Sartin-USA TODAY Sports
There is absolutely no question that both Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon will be in the Hall of Fame one day.

The NASCAR Hall of Fame opened its doors in May, 2010 and officially enshrined its first class of five inductees the following year.

Every year since, a new group of five historically significant NASCAR contributors has been selected for the following year's enshrinement. 

Undoubtedly, there is no greater honor for any former driver, crew chief or contributing member of the sport than being recognized for all of their career accomplishments. There are still plenty of worthy people from years past awaiting induction, but will ultimately hear their name called at some point.

But what about today's current crop of NASCAR drivers? How many of them are future Hall of Fame inductees?

In the slides ahead we will take a look at 10 current drivers who will unquestionably be immortalized at some point once their careers are over.

For the sake of not stating the completely obvious, Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson and Tony Stewart are not listed because I think everyone would agree that the three of them are clear-cut Hall of Famers, with no debate needed.

So, without further adieu, we present to you 10 future members of NASCAR's Hall of Fame.

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