Fans are lined up around the red carpet for celebrities at the Indianapolis 500.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck and two Riley Hospital for Children patients arrive at IMS to drop the green flag.
Mark Cuban poses with RTV6 photographer Jason Scheuer
Rafael Sanchez poses with Jim Nabors
RTV6 began "Breakfast at the Brickyard" coverage of the Indianapolis 500 dark and early at 5:30 a.m.
Marc Mullins and Beth Vaughn with the Victory Lane wreath and Borg-Warner trophy.
Fans are a big part of the Indy 500 experience.
Jim Nabors arrived at the track early for his last rendition of "(Back Home Again in) Indiana."
Food is also an important addition.
Here's the Purdue All-American Marching Band
We talked to this group from Purdue.
The Snakepit has the most "colorful" fans.
We think it was probably a little warm for this polar bear.
Traffic was heavy very early in the day, with a nice day weather-wise.
Plenty to see at the Indianapolis 500.
The sunrise was shrouded a bit by clouds, but it was picturesque.
Truly "Breakfast at the Brickyard"
These troops are enjoying the morning.
Plenty of food to be had at the speedway.
More Snakepit fans
Fans are excited for a great day.
Plenty of tents at IMS
Mario Andretti won with this car in 1969.
Glamping went well overnight.
What's the Indy 500 without the milk the winner drinks?
Here's the Transformers 4 car.
More classic cars
The Pagoda is an iconic building at IMS.
Inside the Snakepit
Here are some friendly fans.
Fans in the early-morning hours
The Trackside Store was hopping.
Here's a panorama view.