Below is a list of the flags used by race officials and marshals at Clay Pigeon to communicate information to the drivers:


Green light
Start of race

Green flag with yellow chevron
  False start. The drivers must reform the grid and restart.

Blue flag
Used to make a driver aware that another driver is about to overtake.

Yellow flag
A warning flag used to tell other drivers of danger ahead on the track. The drivers must not overtake until they pass the next marshal post not displaying the yellow flag.

Yellow/Black quartered flag
  All drivers must slow down and form up behind the leader. The drivers must not overtake or race until they pass the green flag at the start line.

Red Flag
The drivers must immediately cease racing and proceed slowly to the start/finsh line until directed to stop by a marshal.

Black/White diagonal flag, with white number
  The driver being indicated by the number is being warned of a driving problem.

Black flag with orange disc, and with white number
  The driver being indicated by the number is being warned of a mechanical problem. They must return to the pits immediately.

Black flag, with white number
The driver being indicated by the number must return to the pits within one lap of receiving the signal and report to the Clerk of the Course. Usually indicates a major infringement of the race rules by the driver.

Yellow flag with red stripes
  Slippery surface ahead, e.g. oil spilt on the track.

White flag
Ambulance or Service Vehicle on the circuit, or slow moving kart.

Black and white chequered flag
End of the race

 

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