Halloween-themed NASCAR paint schemes through the years Chase Wilhelm Oct 31, 2016 at 1:33p ET Scary fast In 2002, Tony Stewart drove this No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Pontiac at Bristol Motor Speedway to promote "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown," a classic TV show based on the Peanuts gang. Here are 17 other spooky Halloween-themed paint schemes in NASCAR through the years: copyright©Robert LeSieur Terry Labonte -- 1997 Labonte drove this No. 5 Spooky Fruit Loops Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet at Charlotte Motor Speedway. This content is subject to copyright. Getty Images Bobby Labonte -- 2000 Labonte made some Halloween magic No. 18 Frankenstein-inspired car, racing his way to victory in the fall race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Ken Schrader -- 2001 M&M's always goes all-out to promote their Halloween-themed candy. Schrader drove this paint scheme at Charlotte Motor Speedway. ©Robt LeSieur 2001 Elliott Sadler -- 2003 Sadler took his No. 38 Robert Yates Racing Ford through the spin cycle with this scheme at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Elliott Sadler -- 2003 In that same race, Sadler ended up crunching the M&M's Halloween car. ©Robt LeSieur 2003 Dale Jarrett -- 2004 The 2000 NASCAR Premier Series champion sported Frankenstein on the hood of his No. 88 Robert Yates Racing Ford at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Elliott Sadler -- 2005 Sadler piloted this No. 38 Robert Yates Racing entry in the Bass Pro Shops MBNA 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Getty Images Getty Images Ricky Rudd -- 2007 Rudd drove the No. 88 Halloween-themed Snickers Ford at Atlanta Motor Speedway. ©, Michael L. Levitt, USA Kyle Busch -- 2008 Busch's No. 18 M&M's Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota was in the Halloween spirit at for the Pep Boys Auto 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway Getty Images Getty Images for NASCAR Kyle Busch -- 2009 Busch's crew services the NO. 18 Halloween M&M's Toyota during a pit stop in the Tums Fast Relief 500 at Martinsville. Getty Images Getty Images for NASCAR Kyle Busch -- 2010 Kyle Busch races with Jimmie Johnson during the Amp Energy Juice 500 at Talladega. Getty Images Getty Images for NASCAR Kyle Busch -- 2011 Nobody likes smushed M&M's, but Busch wound up crunching this Halloween car at Martinsville Speedway. Getty Images Getty Images for NASCAR Kyle Busch -- 2012 Busch's car featured this paint scheme in the fall races at Martinsville Speedway and Kansas Speedway. Getty Images Getty Images for NASCAR Kyle Busch -- 2013 Continuing the M&M's Halloween theme, Busch drove this orange-and-red scheme at Talladega Superspeedway and Martinsville Speedway. NASCAR NASCAR via Getty Images Kyle Busch -- 2014 Busch drove this paint scheme at Talladega and Martinsville in 2014, but 'Dega wasn't too kind to this car after getting caught up in a wreck. Getty Images Getty Images Kyle Busch -- 2015 Busch raced this paint scheme during the Chase for the Sprint Cup Round of 12 at Kansas and Talladega. Getty Images Getty Images Austin Dillon -- 2016 It might not be a Halloween paint scheme, but Dillon was in the spirit of the season with this No. 3 Pumpkin Spice Cheerios Chevrolet at New Hampshire Motor Speedway earlier this year. NASCAR NASCAR via Getty Images Kyle Busch -- 2016 The 2015 Sprint Cup champion solidly raced his way into the Chase Round of 8 with this Snickers Halloween scheme in the Hellmann's 500 at Talladega. NASCAR NASCAR via Getty Images Next Gallery 6 5 storylines to watch at Martinsville Speedway Start Gallery » FOX Fantasy Auto Form a Racing Team, Compete for Prizes Play Now!