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Most common flags:

yellow: danger on a part of the track, you are not allowed to overtake.

red: stop immediately, or drive very slowly to the pit, session has stopped.

black: the number of the car with it has done something not within the rules and has o come in, mostly for a stop&go.

black with orange circle: the number of the car with it has some technical problems and has to come in.

yellow with red stripes: oil on the track, slippery surface of the tarmac.

checkered flag: race has come to an end.

blue flag: a faster competitor is behind you, let him pass within three laps.

Can't think of any other.

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Yep, US style! In Europe a white flag indicates a slow moving vehicle on the track, mostly the safty car (in combination with the sign SC) or medical car or tow truck. Not often used for racecars, then yellow is prefered.

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