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The History of Auto Racing Options
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The History of Auto Racing

Automobile racing originated in France in 1894, almost immediately after the construction of the first successful petrol-fueled autos, and it appeared in the US the following year. Open-road races were banned in France in 1903, however, after they led to 8 fatalities. Today, there are several different categories of racing. In open-wheel, stock-car, and other types of circuit auto races, flags are displayed to communicate instructions to competitors. What does a black flag signify? More...
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ok...Am not much of a car person myself!Whistle
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The car with the indicated number must pit for consultation.
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car racing like nascar is senseless to me
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It`s like being drug addicted to speed where as you need more and more.
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Black Flag

This flag is shown to a driver to tell him to enter the pits immediately.
This is probably an indication that he has broken the rules and may be disqualified
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http://www.racemath.info/drivers/drivers_safety_aflags.htm
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