IndyCar driver Alex Tagliani, right, made good on a bet he lost to fellow driver Scott Dixon, left, by wearing a beaver costume while racing go-karts, riding a tricycle and milking a cow at the Indiana State Fair on Monday. Tagliani's stint happened because Dixon managed to raise $1,130 more than he did for charities through an initiative called Power 
of 2. Together, the two racers raised more than $13,000.
IndyCar driver Alex Tagliani, right, made good on a bet he lost to fellow driver Scott Dixon, left, by wearing a beaver costume while racing go-karts, riding a tricycle and milking a cow at the Indiana State Fair on Monday. Tagliani's stint happened because Dixon managed to raise $1,130 more than he did for charities through an initiative called Power of 2. Together, the two racers raised more than $13,000. AP
IndyCar driver Alex Tagliani, right, made good on a bet he lost to fellow driver Scott Dixon, left, by wearing a beaver costume while racing go-karts, riding a tricycle and milking a cow at the Indiana State Fair on Monday. Tagliani's stint happened because Dixon managed to raise $1,130 more than he did for charities through an initiative called Power of 2. Together, the two racers raised more than $13,000. AP