Race marshals use various F1 flags to take across vital messages to the drivers. A GPS marshalling system is also installed in the cars. Each driver's cockpit has a special display. As the car passes through the particular track, the display lights up with the relevant flag color. This helps the drivers identify messages easily when traveling at high speed.
F1 Flags and Their Meaning
Here is information regarding F1 flags. Know about Formula 1 flags used in Grand Prix races and their meaning.
|Chequered||Session has ended|
|Yellow||Danger ahead. Prohibits overtaking.|
|Red||Session stopped for any reason whatsoever|
|Blue||Let the faster car overtake|
|Yellow and red striped||Slippery track surface|
|Black with orange circle||Mechanical problem in car|
|Half black, half white||Unsporting behavior|
|Black||Return to pit; Exclusion from race|
|White||Warns of a slow moving vehicle on track|