BLACK AND WHITE CUP FLAG:
marks the end of a race or practice.

RED FLAG:
Shown, training or race must be stopped. All drivers can use it immediately after entering the pits.

BLUE FLAG:
Shown as a sign to the driver that someone is about to overtake him. The driver in question must allow the vehicle to pass as soon as possible, taking care to avoid a sudden change of path or braking.

GREEN FLAG:
Indicates a green light during the formation of the race lap, but the continuation of the race after the break.

YELLOW FLAG:
Indicates danger, causes accidents. If it is raised, overtaking is not allowed; if they wave it, it means it needs to be used carefully.

WHITE FLAG:
Warns the driver that there is a very slow vehicle on the track, which is an ambulance or towing.

BLACK FLAG:
Displayed stick number of the driver who must leave the racetrack on direct arrival at the penalty box.

BLACK FLAG WITH ORANGE CIRCLE:
The stick of the number of the driver who has to leave the racetrack at the direct entrance to the track due to mechanical defects is shown.