It's about your safety!
Flag signals provide you with important information when you are on the track. It is therefore necessary to pay attention to the flag signals and to strictly comply with the behavior rules described below!
End of danger zone, the source of danger has been removed and the track is clear again. Overtaking is allowed again.
The black flag will be displayed at the start-finish line along with the rider's race number. The driver concerned must return to the pits on the next lap.
END OF PRACTICE/RACE
The practice, free driving or race will end with the chequered flag. The flag will be shown to the leader and all following competitors. Overtaking is prohibited on the out lap. Finish the lap.
DANGER SLIDING ROAD
The flag is held and means that there is oil or dirt on the road. If the marshals also point their fingers towards the sky, this means: Surprise rain. Caution, great danger!
Drive cautiously, reduce speed, overtaking prohibited. If the flag is waved, there is a dangerous point on the race track, if the yellow flag is held still, the source of danger is off the track.
Attention, you are being overtaken. Vehicles that are being overtaken will be shown the blue flag. It must be possible to overtake without danger.
A competitor will be cautioned for unsportsmanlike conduct. This flag will be displayed at the start-finish line together with the rider's race number.
This new flag warns the rider of a wet track. Due to the increased risk of slipping, extra caution is advised.
The race, practice or free driving has been stopped. Finish the lap slowly, overtaking is absolutely prohibited!
Caution, there is a slow vehicle (ambulance, vehicle with a defect) on the track. This vehicle may be overtaken. If this vehicle stops, the white flag will be replaced by the yellow flag.
A driver is warned that his vehicle has a technical problem and that he must pit on the next lap. This flag will be displayed at the start-finish line together with the rider's race number.