pretty much sums it up above with the smaller front wheel thing.
or rolling it all forward a little. Shorter cranks so the saddle up a bit to compensate.
best thing is to try to match your road bike, eventually your road bike will begin to be more like your track bike set-up. The reach and distance vertically to the drops is almost the same on my track bike and road bike, but it's rolled/rotated forward, saddle higher and more forward and bars lower.
I ride sprints/team sprint and kilo the most so I am using a deep bar (easton carbon track bar with trad bends). Mt track frame has a 15cm head tube and my road bike 20cm I think, so the track bike with sprint bars has 2 spacers and the stem angled upwards, with aero bars I use no spacers and a flatter stem. I'm nearly 2m tall so I ride a big bike around 62cm , not a weird bike on the road with a super long headtube.
I actually ride 170mm cranks too, as I ride 180mm on the road, so the more normal thing would be 172.5 on the road and 165 on the track, the top pursuiters can ride 180mm cranks on the track and huge gears sometimes.