The $37 million "Project 100" is coming along at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, despite a rainy summer putting a damper on construction.
The project includes updates to the paddock penthouse, along with stands A and B.
MORE | GALLERY: Trail of trash left behind at Indianapolis Motor Speedway after Indy 500 | WATCH: Oldest living Indy 500 winner's son, grandsons visit IMS Hall of Fame | Indianapolis Motor Speedway renovations resume after racing season ends
The updates will raise the roof by 17 feet and also get rid of support beams, creating better sightlines.
The IMS is also adding club seats outside of Turn 4 and taking down some 20 acres of fencing, to be replaced with more modern materials.
All of the upgrades are scheduled to be completed by the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 next year.