Racing flags  are traditionally used in auto racing and similar motorsports to indicate track condition and to communicate important messages to drivers. Track marshals are also stationed at observation posts along the race track in order to communicate both local and course-wide conditions to drivers. While there is no universal system of racing flags across all of motorsports, most series have standardized them, with some flags carrying over between series. For example, the chequered flag is commonly used across all of motorsport to signify the end of a session practice, qualifying, or race , while the penalty flags differ from series to series. FIA -sanctioned championship flags are the most commonly used internationally outside of North America as they cover championships such as Formula 1 , the FIA World Endurance Championship and WTCC , and are adopted and sometimes adapted by many more motorsport governing bodies across the world such as, for example, the MSA. Status flags are used to inform all drivers of the general status of the course during a race.
The red flags of dating
Watch Out for These Red Flags When You Start Dating Someone
What do you say about the reverse? I mean, I can see why an older man would want to date a younger woman — physically that is, but why would a year-old woman want to date a man 45 or more? I can totally understand why older men go for younger women. Time creates wisdom — but it also creates responsibilities and complications — mortgage, kids, career, etc. All of this makes dating more and more complex as we get older.
Look Out for These Red Flags When Dating Women
Attentive, charming, selfless in bed, they tick off all of the boxes and so much more. Almost to the point that their constant texts, calls, and gifts are a little overwhelming. Essentially, love bombing starts off as a tactic to gain control and it can be done in numerous ways. Looking back at the time when I fell in love there was a ton of despair, loneliness and unmet emotional needs underneath all the surface level eager happiness and wanting to connect.
The flag of Scotland features a white X-shaped cross representing the Cross of Saint Andrew, the patron saint of Scotland, on a blue field. The flag of Scotland is one of the oldest flags in the world, traditionally dating back to the 9th Century, and is the oldest national flag still in modern use. The Scottish flag sometimes has different shades of blue. The Cinque Ports in East Sussex and Kent, bordering the narrowest part of the English Channel, were granted rights and privileges, and in return provided the king with ships for a limited period each year.