CONCORD, N.C. – AdventHealth, a faith-based health care system, will expand its relationship with Chip Ganassi Racing and team up with Kyle Larson on the No. 42 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 for the Monster Energy Open, as the team looks to earn a spot in the Monster Energy All-Star Race.
This will be the first time AdventHealth will be featured on the No. 42 car.
Later in the season, AdventHealth will return to the track with Kurt Busch on the No. 1 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 for the Oct. 20 playoff race at Kansas Speedway.
A sponsor of Chip Ganassi Racing since 2016, AdventHealth served as a primary partner on the No. 1 car with Jamie McMurray behind the wheel and sponsored his entry in this year’s Clash at Daytona and the Daytona 500.
Additionally, AdventHealth helped develop a robust Human Innovation and Development Lab (HIDL) at the Chip Ganassi Racing shop in Concord, N.C., earlier this year. The HIDL features tools and technology to improve the performance of CGR’s pit crews and drivers, focusing on unique activities to help prepare the drivers and crew both mentally and physically.
“We are excited to further expand our partnership with Chip Ganassi Racing to include markets outside the state of Florida,” said David Banks, Chief Strategy Officer, AdventHealth. “The race team partnership provides us with an excellent platform to be able to reach the communities we serve, inspiring consumers to take control of their health and live their best life. To be able to be a small part of the Chip Ganassi Racing story and success, as a health care partner and sponsor of the HIDL, is something our 80,000 team members can celebrate.”