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In North American motorsport, a green–white–checker finish is one in which no yellow caution flag is shown during the final laps. Many race rules require a green–white–checker finish, because no competition may take place, including no passing, while a caution flag is showing. The name alludes to three racing flags:

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  • La green-white-checkered finish è una regola adottata nei campionati automobilistici NASCAR a partire dal 2004. Essa prevede che, qualora ci sia la possibilità che una corsa possa finire sotto pace car, essa venga allungata per permettere la sua conclusione in regime di gara libera.
  • In North American motorsport, a green–white–checker finish is one in which no yellow caution flag is shown during the final laps. Many race rules require a green–white–checker finish, because no competition may take place, including no passing, while a caution flag is showing. The name alludes to three racing flags:
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  • In North American motorsport, a green–white–checker finish is one in which no yellow caution flag is shown during the final laps. Many race rules require a green–white–checker finish, because no competition may take place, including no passing, while a caution flag is showing. The name alludes to three racing flags: * green flag: shown to start or restart the race. When no caution is in force the race is said to be "under green flag conditions", although in fact the green flag does not remain flying continuously. * white flag: shown at the start of the last lap * checkered flag: shown at the finish line The prescribed number of final laps is usually two, but may be as many as ten. If a caution flag is shown within that number of laps of the scheduled finish, then the number of remaining laps will not be decremented until the green flag is shown again. The exact provisions vary between organisations. For some years after 2007, NASCAR on Fox referred to the extra laps after the scheduled number as Overdrive, an allusion to the term overtime used in many other sports.
  • La green-white-checkered finish è una regola adottata nei campionati automobilistici NASCAR a partire dal 2004. Essa prevede che, qualora ci sia la possibilità che una corsa possa finire sotto pace car, essa venga allungata per permettere la sua conclusione in regime di gara libera.
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