Speedway Indoor Karting (SIK), an Indianapolis-based technology company pioneering the sport of indoor kart racing, has announced plans to create a 46,000 square-foot state-of-the-art kart racing complex in Volusia County. Specifically, on West International Speedway Boulevard next to famed Daytona International Speedway. The facility will feature an indoor 16-turn road course with multiple elevation changes and a slick track oval to give guests a full racing experience. Karts are to be provided by CRG, a world-leader in kart engineering, design, and manufacturing. Company officials project a capital investment of $3 million within the first three years. It will generate 40 new jobs. The complex will include corporate hospitality rooms, fully equipped for meetings, conferences, events and parties. It was a collaborative effort from the beginning. The client contacted City of Daytona Beach Mayor Derrick Henry directly and the lead was referred to Team Volusia by Daytona Beach City Manager Jim Chisholm. Early meetings with SIK officials included TVEDC and City of Daytona Beach officials as well as representatives of the CEO Business Alliance, NASCAR, and the Daytona Regional Chamber. Real estate counsel was provided by brokers Randy Helle, Tim Davis, and John Trost of SVN Alliance Commercial Real Estate Advisors in Ormond Beach.