To be safe on the racetrack and have fun, there are some rules, including the flag signals that everyone should know and perceive!
Our tip to you: As you make your first turn in the morning, look at where the marshals are standing along the track to get an overview where flags could be given.
Yellow flag Danger spot on or next to the track – drive carefully – before the speed is reduced, draw attention to it with hand or foot signal – reduce speed slightly. Absolute overtaking ban
Red flag Immediate termination of the training – drive carefully – before the speed is reduced, draw attention to it with hand or foot signal – reduce speed slightly – finish the round quickly. Absolute overtaking ban
Yellow-red flag Caution slippery track – oil, water or other liquids contaminate the road – drive carefully. This flag will also be panned when rain starts.
White flag Slow vehicle (ambulance – marshals) on the track – drive carefully – keep ready to brake.
Blue flag Fast vehicle from the rear – will be displayed in case of lapping – look forwards – DO NOT look around – make overtaking easier.
Green flag At a start, the green flag is panned at start-target – cancel all other flag signals.
Black flag Disqualification of the rider – finish the round quickly and report to the registration. Technical defect on the vehicle – leave the track immediately – do not finish the lap
Checkered flag End of the training session – finish the round quickly – do not slow down to start-finish, because other vehicles may be close behind.