Some IndyCar driver Halloween costumes were on point this weekend

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While Tony Stewart’s “Tanya” was something you can’t really unsee, some of the Verizon IndyCar Series driver costumes this year weren’t too bad by contrast.

Here’s a quick rundown of who did what, or who was at least bold enough to post something on social media about their Halloween attire.

Without further adieu…

Sage Karam wore a shirt.

Josef Newgarden did not.

Conor Daly and Sebastian Saavedra went full-‘Merica.

Simon Pagenaud channeled his inner Superman.

Marco Andretti went back to the ’80s.

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#Maverick and #Forrest. @eniks

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Marco’s younger brother, Mario, dressed as Marco.

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Brother #Mario. Ready to roll.

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Ryan Hunter-Reay’s son became a lion.

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Lion on the prowl, keep your head on a swivel.

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Carlos Munoz became a superhero.

Tristan Vautier had a winning group selfie.

Townsend Bell went the NASCAR Official route.