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One of Northern Ireland's leading Stock Car
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    • Next Meeting: Wednesday 28 June - 7.30pm
    • Brisca F2 Grand National Series Round 4, 2L Saloon Gold Cup, Micro F2's & 1300 Stock Cars

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Nutts Corner | Drivers | Flags & Signals
  • Next Meeting

    • Wednesday 28 June - 7.30pm
    • Brisca F2 Grand National Series Round 4, 2L Saloon Gold Cup, Micro F2's & 1300 Stock Cars

      Updated: 03 Apr 2017 16:56

Latest Results

  • Sunday 18th June 2017

    Final wins for: 221 Antony Kincaid (BriSCA F2), 924 Jack Morrow (Junior Rods), 70 Johny Gillespie (GP2 Lightning Rods), 711 Anthony McIvor (2L Saloon Stock Cars)

    Updated: 23 Jun 2017 11:13

  • Sunday 11th June 2017

    Final wins for: 312 Christopher Kincaid (BriSCA F2 Irish Open), 212 Sam Mackim (Heritage F1 Irish Open), 292 Daryl McCammon (2L Saloon Stock Cars), 924 Ivan Elliot (1300 Stock Cars)

    Updated: 14 Jun 2017 13:16

Flags & Signals

A number of different coloured flags and signals are used to get messages to the drivers during the race. At Nutts Corner Raceway, drivers may see any of the following, and it's important they know what each means and what action to take should they see any of the flags.

green-flag

Green: All clear to race - GO!

red-flag

Red: Stop Racing

yellow-flag Yellow (stationary): Take care as driver still in stationary car - continue to race

Yellow (waved): Race Suspension. All cars must remain in single file and slow to 15mph, or in exceptional circumstances stop.
No Overtaking is permitted
blue-flag
Blue: Driver must hold their line as faster cars are trying to overtake
checkered-flag
Chequered Flag: Race Winner
black-flag
Black: Driver disqualified for an infringement - driver must leave the track immediately
blue-stripe-flag
White with Blue Stripes: Give up your position - you have failed to give other drivers a racing line and a fair chance to overtake. Shown when overtaking driver is making continued efforts to pass and is being badly baulked i.e. Blue Flag being ignored
red-x-flag
White with Red Cross: Technical Disqualification Flag. This is used to signal to a driver that they have a problem with their car and must immediately retire to the infield
blackcross
Black Cross: Driver under surveillance for a rules infringement, may be penalised after race conclusion
blue-dot-flag
White with Blue Centre: Drivers should exercise caution as oil or other debris may be on the track

 

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