Hi and welcome
Before I get into the question you have actually asked, one thing that did strike me, was the point in your post where you said that you had taken the background image from the web. I am sure you already know this, but as you say you are just starting out and just incase you don’t; always make sure images come from legitimate sources. Without the correct permissions, it is illegal to just use pics you find. I am guessing by the size of the image, this came from a free image library, but just in case it didn’t, be careful or you can end up in very hot water.
As to your question, does it give a sense of speed. Yes, a little, but much of that is to do with the background image. I assume what you have done is just put the word, SPEED over it and applied a motion blur. If I’m being honest, it’s not all that original. More importantly, what is its purpose? What problem are you trying to solve? Why do you need to show speed? I am being slightly pedantic here, as I know it is just an exercise for its own ends. However, design is about coming up with ideas to solve a problem.
Even for this, as an exercise, I’d suggest digging a little deeper. Think about something clever and original to depict speed, rather than simply emulating what you’ve seen others do before. Once you have an idea, the find an appropriate way to illustrate that idea. It will have more substance and be far more memorable.
Keep at it. It’s not a bad start.