Alex Tagliani pays off Power-Of-2 bet

In the end, it took the power of two IZOD IndyCar Series drivers to complete a Power of 2 payoff at the Indiana State Fair.

Alex Tagliani dressed in a beaver costume and rode around the Indiana State Fairgrounds on a tricycle to pay off his competition wager to raise money for charities and brought winner Scott Dixon along for the ride.

Along the way, the pair played carnival games (winning prizes for Dixon's daughters), milked a cow and posed for photos with the "World's Largest Boar" and "World's Largest Popcorn Ball."

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"If I had known it was going to be this ridiculous, I would have donated more money to make myself win," Tagliani said. "It's is a small price to pay to promote this (Power of 2) concept. It was successful for our charities and we both raised a lot of money."

Dixon and several fans amused by the spectacle followed the Canadian as he weaved down the road on the trike. Dixon even took a turn riding the tricycle as part of the lap. The lap ended with the drivers and some friends racing go karts at the Mini-Indy Speedway.

"I'm glad I won because it's hot out and it would have been hotter in a sheep costume," Dixon said. "The important thing about is that nobody loses. It's win-win for both charities. For the first time for (INDYCAR drivers) and raising almost $15,000 for our charities was fantastic."