(Encyclopedia) Indianapolis ?n?d??n?p?l?s, city (1990 pop. 731,327), state capital and seat of Marion co., central Ind., on the White River; selected 1820 as the site of the state capital (which was? When a driver travelling at 240 mph blinks, he/she will miss 50 feet of track. Safety in Numbers... The number of participants at Indianapolis is traditionally 33. To ensure safety for the drivers? Last year's 81st Indianapolis 500 was delayed twice by rain before Luyendyk captured his second Borg-Warner Trophy. Luyendyk outgunned Scott Goodyear in a one-lap dash to the finish by 0.57? Officially sanctioned as Grand Prix race from 1950-60 only. Mayor: Greg Ballard (to Dec. 2015) 2010 census population (rank): 820,445 (12); Male: 396,346 (48.3%); Female: 424,? Information Please Picks Its Favorites Two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Arie Luyendyk hopes to be reunited with his long-lost love?the Borg-Warner Trophy?after Sunday's race at America's oldest? Indianapolis Colts (10-6)at Kansas CityW, 27-14OaklandL, 31-38OPEN?JacksonvilleW, 43-14at BuffaloW, 18-16at N. EnglandL, 16-24at SeattleW, 37-24N. EnglandW, 30-23DetroitW, 30-18at ChicagoL,? Indianapolis Colts (6-10)at NY JetsW, 45-24BuffaloW, 42-26at N. EnglandL, 13-44OPEN?OaklandL, 18-23N. EnglandL, 17-38at Kansas CityW, 35-28at BuffaloW, 30-14MiamiL, 24-27at New OrleansL, 20-? People QuickFactsIndianapolisIndianaPopulation, 2003 estimate 783,4386,195,643Population, percent change, April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2003 0.2%1.9%Population, 2000 781,8706,080,485Population,? Date?Sunday, May 30, 1999, at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Distance? 500 miles; Course? 2.5 mile oval; Field? 33 cars; Winner's average speed? 153.176 mph; Margin of victory? 6.557 seconds?