The Indianapolis Motor Speedway has begun upgrading its facilities.
The track has installed an all-new LED scoring pylon, replacing its antiquated tower that was difficult to read for its spectators. Measuring in at 92-feet tall, the LED scoring pylon was a $1 million investment and was officially debuted to the general public with the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Brickyard 400 this weekend.
The new pylon replaces a unit that was over 20 years old and will allow race organizers to communicate better with its fans. This is just the first of many improvements heading to Indianapolis Motor Speedway as the track will also be upgrading its digital video screens at the track.
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