For the biggest racing town in the U.S., Speedway didn't used to be much of a hot spot for the world's race fans.
But over the last year, Main Street in Speedway has changed dramatically.
Ahead of the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, millions have been invested in the area – including IndyCar driver Sarah Fisher's new indoor karting center and restaurant, which opened Friday.
RTV6 Reporter Chris Proffitt got a look inside the new business, and at the rest of Speedway's boom. Watch his report in the video player above.