green-white-checkered

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English[edit]

Green flag
Green
White flag
White
Checkered flag
Checkered

Etymology[edit]

green +‎ white +‎ checkered From the colors of the status flags, a green flag (clear racing condition), a white flag (last lap flag / bell lap flag), and a (black-and-white) checkered flag (finish flag), used in combination.

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Adjective[edit]

green-white-checkered (not comparable)

  1. Pertaining to a rule concerning how to end a motorsports race, which requires that the final two laps of a race must be raced under green flag conditions, so that any red flag or (yellow) caution flag condition on these two laps will extend the race, to allow for a racing finish.

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