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FLAG CONDITIONS ON THE RACE TRACK

Flag:

Green

Signal:

Race

The green flag tells us that the race, has officially started, drivers may begin racing.

Flag:

Blue Flag

Signal:

Move Over

Indicates that a lead lap car is approaching and the car being flagged is to move to the top of the track out of the way.

Flag:

Yellow Flag

Signal:

Caution

It tells drivers to slow down and hold current positions until further notice. The yellow flag indicates that there has been an accident, track has been partially blocked or unsafe. The yellow flag will remain out until the officials have determined that it is safe to continue the race.

Flag:

Red

Signal:

Stop Racing

The red flag indicates that all drivers must come to a safe and immediate stop. No driver should exit their vehicle at this time. This condition allows officials and emergency personnel to react safely to the current situation.

Flag:

Black Flag

Signal:

Leave the Track

This flag tells the driver to pull into the pits on the next lap. It is often called the disqualification flag, but it doesn't necessarily mean disqualification. An official may only need to consult with the driver for a variety of reasons (loose part, fluid leak, etc.)

Flag:

Crossed Flags

Signal:

Halfway Mark

 

Crossed flags idicate that the race has reached the halfway point. Note: The starter (flagman) may use a combination of any flags.

Flag:

White Flag

Signal:

One Remaining Lap

Indicates that there is one lap remaining in the race. This is the final lap.

Flag:

Checkered Flag

Signal:

Race Completed

This flag indicates the race has been completed. The driver that completes the race first is considered the winner.

ALL RACE WINNERíS ARE TO DRIVE TO THE SCALES FOR TECH.  ONCE TECH IS DONE GO TO THE WINNERS CIRCLE FOR A CHECKERED FLAG PHOTO.