Definitions for "Blue Flag"
At all times: A stationary blue flag is shown to a driver when exiting the pits to indicate other cars are approaching on the track at racing speed. During practice: Stationary - a faster car is behind. Give way. Waved - A faster car behind is about to overtake. Give way urgently. During Race: Stationary - A car behind is about to pass. Let it pass. Waved - Let the car behind through immediately or risk being penalised.
A blue flag warns the driver that he is about to be lapped and to let the faster car overtake him. If a driver passes three blue flags, without complying, then the driver risks being penalised. Blue lights are also displayed at the end of the pit lane, when the pit exit is open and a car on track is approaching.
a warning to straighten out your act, a red flag means the account has been disabled for a serious violation
a common iris of the eastern United States having blue or blue-violet flowers; root formerly used medicinally
an iris emersed, Also called fleur-de-lis
(Iris versicolor). Root tea used by American Indians as purgative. Physicians once used root to cleanse blood. Used in homeopathy for migraines. Considered poisonous.
Keywords:  fieldless, badge, acceptable
an acceptable fieldless badge
An herb that is said to be an effective remedy for obesity because it reduces the appetite and food cravings.
Keywords:  shunt, dirty, loose, air
Dirty air Loose Shunt
an international annual award given to beaches that meet standards in the areas of safety, amenities, cleanliness and environmental standards
A metal sign placed on a track or equipment which signifies that employees are working on, under, or between equipment on that track.