Briefing online

Cool off a bit: code of conduct for racetrack drivers!

  • Use your own common sense, ladies and gentlemen!
  • Don’t exceed 50 km/h in the pitlane.
  • Get on track very carefully.
  • Look constantly at the rear view mirrors.
  • We are not racing drivers, do some reconnaissance.
  • Use your common sense!
  • Regardless of whether you overtake or you are overtaken, pay full attention.
  • Keep a safe distance from the car ahead.
  • Be reasonable, gents!
  • If the brake’s pedal travel gets longer, get back to the pits.
  • Cool down the brake before coming into the pits.
  • Check your tyres’ pressure before every stint.
  • Engine oil? Check it out!
  • Have fun responsibly.
  • Did we tell you this? Use your own common sense!

Blue flag

Car is lapped and must give way to faster cars approaching.

Check your rear view mirrors.

Yellow flag

Slow zone on track.

Requires drivers to slow down due to a hazard on the track. Drivers are forbidden from overtaking.

Red and yellow striped flag

Track conditions have changed due to debris, oil or other potential hazards.

Slow down.

Green flag

Safe running conditions

Displayed to end a caution zone or race restart.

Red flag

Session suspended

Due to many hazards, cars are directed to the pits.

White flag

Attention sign

Slow moving vehicle ahead.

It’s used to summon a driver to the pits.

The driver must stop immediately.

Chequered flag

Is displayed to indicate the race or stint is finished.