Speedway, IN

Population 12,102 (2016)



In 1969, Indianapolis and Marion County adopted a uni-gov making Marion County one government body. Speedway was one of four “excluded cities,” so it retained its city government. Speedway residents have the right to vote for the mayor of Indianapolis and their representatives on the Indianapolis/Marion County City-County Council as well as the Speedway  mayor and other elected officials.

Speedway is internationally known as the "Racing Capital of the World",  The Indianapolis Motor Speedway, home of the Indianapolis 500 and the Brickyard 400 is located within the city of Speedway.  Recent years have seen a number of motor & racing related companies settle in Speedway as well, including  the United States Auto Club headquarters, the Dallara race car factory, racing teams A. J. Foyt RacingHarding Racing and Juncos Racing, and Allison Transmission.

Main Street has had a makeover giving the residents of Speedway a place to gather, eat, drink and shop.  The city has also been adding bike trails for connectivity and community.



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