Moving first-in-class IndyCars around tracks at paces of up to 240 mph isn’t for weak-willed. IndyCar drivers are tip-top competitors from one side of the planet to the other who go through exceptional physical and mental preparation to become the best on the earth. In May, Insider visited the renowned Indianapolis Motor Speedway, home of the Indianapolis 500, to see firsthand the preparation these drivers go through, from the exercise center to the track. We tracked with Andretti Autosport driver Alexander Rossi, who won the Indianapolis 500 out of 2016, to perceive the stuff as an IndyCar driver.
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