Any driver that does not obey the flag rules or light signals will be subject to disqualification.
A definite understanding concerning these signals in relation to the flags shall be made before the race and when requested.
Start of the race. On original green flag, all cars must stay in line until you pass the fourth turn cone. On restarts, racing resumes immediately upon display of green flag or green light. Pole person sets the pace.
Caution, go slow, single file, hold position, no passing. The yellow flag signifies caution and this flag will be given to the first car that passes the starter, after the yellow flag is displayed, the cars must hold their position until either the green flag is displayed or a red flag, which will automatically stop the race.
A ). Any car failing out of position during the caution flag must pick up their position where ever he picks up momentum again. If the field passes them, they must fall to the rear . The only exceptions are if the car is coming to the start finish line to either check their position or inform the starter of a track hazard.
B ). Any car involved in or spins out to avoid an accident where the yellow flag is displayed must pick up position in the rear of the field.
C ). When the caution flag flies, cars will fall into single file, passing giving way to the lead car. The passing car must be completely ahead to assume the forward position.
Danger, race stops immediately. In the event of a red flag, the drivers may do any work on their car as long as they can do it without tools. Any other work on the car must be done in the pits, upon returning to track the car will go to rear of the field.
GO to the pits immediately. Drivers shall not continue the race after getting black flagged. He must slow done and keep clear of all other cars in the race and pull into the pits at the first immediate opportunity. Failure to obey the black flag will result in disqualification. The black flag does not always mean automatic disqualification.
BLUE AND YELLOW FLAG
Move over. This flag will be displayed to tell the driver they are being lapped by a lead car. A driver that ignores this flag will be penalized at the discretion of the flagger and may be black flagged.
One lap to go.
End of the race. When the required race distance has been completed by the lead car, or at the discretion of the flagger, the race will be declared official. When the checkered flag is given to the leader, the balance of the field receives the checkered flag on the same lap. Finishing positions will be paid accordingly to the most laps traveled.