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On oval tracks, yellow lights universally supplement the primary flag at the start/finish line.
The manner of display depends on the location of the hazard: When shown at a station, drivers are forbidden from overtaking until either the hazard or the next flag station displaying a green flag (signifying the end of a cautionary section) is passed.
are traditionally used in auto racing and similar motorsports to indicate track condition and to communicate important messages to drivers.
Typically, the starter, sometimes the grand marshal of a race, waves the flags atop a flag stand near the start/finish line.
When deemed safe to end the VSC procedure, teams are notified via the official messaging system 10 to 15 seconds before green flags are waved.
Most races in the FIA World Endurance Championship may be under a Full-Course Yellow period upon discretion of the race director when deemed necessary for safety reasons.