INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - It's more than a week into the month of May and Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing is going the extra mile to get its team into great health.
The team announced a new partnership with Community Health Network Wednesday.
Driver Josef Newgarden, the pit crew and the rest of the team are working with trainers from Community Health's Sports Medicine Staff.
Their training is done at the "Body Shop," a new fitness center located inside the company's headquarters in Speedway.
"You'll probably still find a donut or two," said Sarah Fisher. "They're real people here and that's what we pride ourselves in, you know. Being the family, real team next door, but certainly the health and the ability of our boys to do an 11 second pit stop and you know, every little second, every little hundredth of a second counts. So for them to be very prepared in those situations in highly important for us."
Community Health says it's their mission to reach out to employers, do an evaluation and then customize an entire wellness program for their employees.
Interstate 70 east near Interstate 465 was reopened Tuesday evening after a crash blocked all lanes around 6:30 p.m.
If you're looking for something to do over the next seven days you may want to check out Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
On Tuesday, Indianapolis Police Chief Rick Hite will promote 23 officers. Three sergeants will be elevated to the rank of lieutenant. Twenty patrol officers will be promoted to the rank of sergeant.