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Flags

The following Speedway Flag Signals (Chapters 44 & 15) will be obeyed by drivers during competition or practice. Please note that some flags used in other forms of AKA Karting do not apply to Speedway.

Green Flag

Green Flag or Light

Start the race

Green with Yellow Chevron Flag Green with Yellow Chevron Flag

Restart. Reform on track
To be used by the Starter and/or Clerk of Course in the event of an error of judgment by the Starter or when a stoppage has occurred in the first lap in the Final/Feature race. Can only be used prior to the first lap being completed by the race leader.
Red Flag

Red Flag or Light

All racing shall cease
Driver/s will indicate by raising his/her arm and pull to the inside of the track and stop in a safe manner as soon as possible. This order shall be given only through the Clerk of Course and / or Stewards of the Meeting.

Red and White Chequered Flag Red and White Chequered Flag

Signifies that it has been a false start or no start, return to the In-Grid
This flag is to be used by a Steward / Clerk of Course or Starter prior to the first lap being completed by the race leader to enable the Stewards to take immediate action for a breach of rules prior to start.
Yellow Flag Yellow Flag or Light

Full Course Yellow
A Yellow Flag at any flag point indicates, caution, driver will indicate by raising his/her arm and slow down. Maintain or regain position, as per the last recorded lap, and form one lane ready to restart as soon as the Green Flag is shown. Failure to slow to a safe speed for a Yellow Flag will be considered a serious breach of these rules.
Blue Flag Blue Flag

One or more competitors are about to lap you
You must hold your line and allow him/her to pass unimpeded.
Black and White with Diagonal Join Flag

Black and White Diagonal
Un-sportsmanlike Behaviour
If this flag, together with a panel upon which the competitors number is displayed to the driver concerned, it indicates that the competitor is being observed for unsportsmanlike behaviour. The competitor must report to the Clerk of Course or Steward immediately after the race. If this flag together with the ROF (Rear of Field) board, is shown to a driver, it indicates that the competitor is receiving an instant penalty for a starting or other infringement, and must start/restart at the rear of the field, but in front of any provisional competitors.

Black Flag

Black Flag
Driver is to immediately leave the racing circuit
Should it become necessary for any reason to stop a driver, this order shall be given only through the Clerk of Course and / or Steward of the Meeting. The Black Flag shall be displayed to the driver concerned, together with a panel upon which is shown the kart number. Such signal indicates "that the driver is to immediately leave the racing circuit with safety to a position determined by the Clerk of the Course at the Driver's Briefing".

Black with Orange Disc Flag Black Flag with Orange Disc Flag
Mechanical Defect

This flag is displayed together with a panel upon which the competitors’ kart number is shown to inform the driver concerned that their kart may have a mechanical /safety problem or does not comply with the current AKA Manual. The driver must return to the in-grid safely, prior to completion of the next lap.
Black and White Chequered Flag Black and White Chequered Flag

Completion of Race

At the end of each race, the Black and White Chequered Flag shall be shown, stationary or waived, to the driver of the first kart to finish as he/she crosses the finishing line, and then in succession to all other drivers as they cross the finishing line. This flag is also used to signal the end of practice.
White Flag White Flag or Last Lap Board

Last Lap of Race

Either a white flag or a last lap board may be displayed initially to the leading kart, and each kart subsequently, when the leading kart commences what the officials believe to be the last lap of the race.

 

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