Speedway is a 1929 silent film about a car racer who clashes with his father, also a driver, at the Indianapolis Speedway. The film was released with a sychronised music score and sound effects track for theaters equipped with sound, this was Haines last silent film.


Prior to the Indy 500 auto race, Bill Whipple quarrels with his foster father, Jim MacDonald, who is to be one of his rivals that day.

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    director Harry Beaumont
    editor George Hively
    events motor car
    genre drama
    keywords heart condition indy 500
    productionCompany Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
    theme romantic drama silent