We use the following internationally recognized racing flags and indicators for your safety. It is the responsibility of every racer to understand and follow these indicators along with any safety instructions provided during your race.


The green flag signifies the start of the race.

The yellow flag signifies that you should exercise caution and slow down. This flag is also used to warn you of a potential hazard on the racetrack.

The blue flag signifies passing, and that a faster driver is about to pass by. You should slow down and find a safe area of the track until the driver has passed.

The black flag signifies a warning. This is displayed if you are bumping or driving recklessly. This is your warning, and you may be asked to exit the race.

The checkered flag signifies the end of the race. When you see this flag, you should continue around the track and into the pit.