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About Speedway, Indiana

In the spring of 1909, four Indianapolis businessmen invested in the construction of a 2½ mile oval on 328 acres of land on the northwest side of town.  The Indianapolis Motor Speedway has since been home to some of the finest auto racing in the world. Seventeen years later, the town of Speedway was officially established.  Although the town of Speedway is completely surrounded by Indianapolis, it has its own town hall, police & fire departments, public library, and school system.  The Speedway school system consists of four elementary schools, one junior high school and Speedway High School, home of the Speedway Sparkplugs.  Speedway’s two spacious public parks and ten churches help maintain a small town atmosphere in the midst of a bustling metropolis. 

Every year hundreds of thousands of people travel to Speedway for the Indianapolis 500, the Allstate 400 at the Brickyard, and the Formula One US Grand Prix.  Despite its major tourist draw, Speedway is still a close-knit community, with approximately 15,000 residents.   

Nestled in the heart of one of America’s finest cities, we invite you to consider calling the Racing Capital of the World home!


Weather in Speedway

The average high temperatures in Speedway range from 35 in January to 86 in July

Average home income in Speedway

The average household income of a Speedway resident is $53,129 with an average home value of $111,310

Population of Speedway

Speedway has 15,127 residents.

Home ownership in Speedway

The average level of home ownership in Speedway is 46%.

Education breakdown of Speedway

Education levels of residents of Speedway include: highschool 36%, associate 7%, bachelor 14%, graduate 6%.

Households in Speedway

Speedway has 6,642 homes, built on average 56 years ago.