Track marshal & Flags
Track marshals also called marshals are booked from the organization of the race track and observe the race trainings. Instructions of the marshals are binding for all participants. In case of a disturbance or its cancellation, one should know the following flag signs on a race track.
The goal flag indicates the end of the race or turn. End your turn and return to your pit lane.
The black flag in connection with a start number means disqualification of the participant.
The blue flag announces a faster vehicle. Overtaking is to be made possible.
The yellow flag indicates a malfunction or obstacle on the track, slow down and do not overtake.
The white flag indicates that there is a non-participating slow vehicle on the track, e.g.: a tow truck.
Red and Yellow striped flag
The red-yellow flag indicates danger of slipping due to liquids, speed must be reduced.
The red flag means abort, drive slowly back to the pit lane.
The green flag means that a hazard has been eliminated, free passage in practice again.