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Mandatory briefing

Briefing, basic rules

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General informations

Briefing (ground rules)

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- 2 people per car maximum in the front seats.

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- Wearing a helmet compulsory (pilot and passenger).

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- Remove all movable objects present in the car (no bag in the rear seat ..).

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- Passenger 16 years minimum.

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- Do not forget your towing hook (check that it is present before setting off).

- The maximum opening of the window is 2 fingers high, because in the event of accidents the reflex movement is to put your hand on the ground, if the window is not lowered, your arm will come to rest against it.

- When overtaking, do not slow down in a straight line to “on” facilitate the overtaking of the pilot who catches up with you, simply keep your line and avoid late braking, without braking much earlier either, this could surprise the other pilot and be dangerous. No warning either to indicate that the pilot can overtake, just concentrate on your piloting.

- When exiting Pitlane, when you enter the circuit, do not cut the strips which delimit the access to the track (do not cut the road to pilots already on the track, they have priority).

- Do not over-pilot and do not hesitate to rest and let your car rest (hence the interest of open driving).

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-Hans compulsory for racing cars.

Flags to know on trackdays:

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- Yellow flag: danger and no overtaking, one waved flag = slow down, two waved flags = slow down and prepare to stop if necessary.

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- Red flag: interruption of the race (only on order of the race director).

- Flag with red and yellow stripes: change of grip (often oil or water on the track).

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- Black flag: with presentation of the number of a car, disqualification of the driver concerned.

- Blue flag: on the track, a car with a lap lead is about to pass you. When exiting the pit, he signals a car on the track. Can be waved to indicate a warning to be missed.

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- Black flag: with presentation of the number of a car, disqualification of the driver concerned.

- Checkered flag: finish of the race or end of practice or qualifying session.

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DIJON 05/08

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