Dressing up in costumes, we get to transform into someone — or something — else, even just for the night. So, if NASCAR drivers had to dress up as someone in the Sprint Cup garage for Halloween, who would it be? Their responses may surprise you. Others, not so much. For fan-favorite Dale Earnhardt Jr., he would go old-school and dress as one of NASCAR’s toughest customers. “I’d probably be Cale Yarborough when he drove one of the three championship years in the mid-70’s or late ’70’s there when he was driving,” Earnhardt Jr. said.
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