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Old 28 Jan 2018, 21:36 (Ref:3796502)   #41
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kipper should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
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Good grief; in 15 years of racing I don't think I've ever seen a Hazard board
In what way is it different from a stationary yellow left hanging out when something remains after an incident has been dealt with and the fuss has died down.
A hazard board is merely advisory and are intended to keep racers aware of changes in circumstances (an example being a car that has pulled off into a reasonable position, the driver is out of the car, and that there are no marshals trackside). As a hazard board is being used you can pass it at full racing speed, overtake, etc, which of course differs from a yellow flag. Hazard boards are used fairly frequently - although how visible they are is a debatable point.
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