NASCAR great Jeff Gordon looks virtually unrecognizable in his Halloween family pictures. Nor does anyone in his family. Gordon and his wife, Ingrid, wear matching Dia de Los Muertos skeleton costumes with spooky facepaint.
Jeff Gordon’s outfit is complete with a full red and black tuxedo and a matching hat. He wears a skeleton costume with a bowtie underneath. Ingrid Vandebosch Gordon wears a beautiful floral crown with a skeleton dress. Both adorn skull face paint.
The two children, Ella Sofia Gordon and Leo Benjamin Gordon, look equally unrecognizable in costume. Hidden behind a Mandalorian and Thanos mask, respectively, the two kids celebrated Halloween in alternate universes. Both costumes come off as rather convincing.
Gordon Family Halloween Photoshoot
Jeff Gordon uploaded all of the pictures from their photoshoot onto his website. Even their dog, Penelope Gordon, got in on the action. The Gordon family typically takes fantastic photoshoots on many of their family excursions. Those photos are all available on his website.
The Halloween photoshoot also featured two skeletons dressed as Bonnie and Clyde in one of Jeff Gordon’s vintage automobiles. The car is no NASCAR, but it looks like it could get moving pretty fast with the right driver behind the wheel.
As the skeletons drive off, the Gordon’s give a glimpse of the yard decorations at their Charlotte, North Carolina home. Some photos also reveal the beautiful interior of their home. The wall is covered with lovely ivy and paintings of animals dressed in human attire. The Gordon family clearly does not mess around with their Halloween.
Gordon’s NASCAR Career
Jeff Gordon is one of the most acclaimed and awarded NASCAR drivers in the history of the sport. Since his rookie season in 1991, Gordon has accrued four NASCAR Cup Series Championships, three Daytona 500 wins, five Brickyard 400 wins, and a lifetime of achievement in racing.
Gordon is also third all-time on the NASCAR Cup win list, and third all-time on the NASCAR Cup Pole Award win list. Jeff Gordon officially retired in 2015 but ran eight races for Dale Earnhardt Jr. in the 2016 season.