Not since the days of a crushed stone track surface and helium balloon races has the Indianapolis Motor Speedway undergone so many changes.
From a revamped road course that will host its first IndyCar race on Saturday to capital improvements and the serious discussion of permanent lights at the facility, the iconic Speedway is in the midst of a major makeover.
Overseeing the various projects is IMS President Doug Boles, who in his 10 months on the job has arguably been the busiest president of the Speedway since the first, Carl Graham Fisher.
How have the upgrades helped the facility and improved the fan experience? The new scoring tower is getting ready to go for the upcoming two events. What will it provide to benefit the fans? How well received was the Grand Prix and were you pleased with the result? Then something that was added at the IMS..The SVRA Festival. Was IMS impressed with the event and will it continue for the future?