Racing Flags


Racing flags are there to indicate to drivers and fans about events happening during the race. There are different flag colours and designs to denote different situations, such as the yellow flag indicating danger, the green flag indicating that the road ahead is clear or the red flag to indicate the race has been stopped.  


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Product Description

Things you may need to know before purchase

We make all of our flags for racing events at our head office in Cambridgeshire, using the highest quality materials to ensure a long-lasting finish. We make all our flags to match the regulations set by the Motor Sports Association, so you can be sure that the markings, patterns and colours will match across all motor racing events.

You can buy your race marshall flags individually or as part of a set.


Product Materials

The materials used for this product

Our racing flags are made from 115gsm Knitted Polyester, which is our standard flag material. Knitted polyester is used both internally and externally. These flags are suitable for mirror image due to our digital print method. 90% of all flags produced in the UK are made from Knitted Polyester.

Product Sizes

Our Range Of Sizes For This Product

Our motorsport flags are available in the following sizes:


85cm x 65cm

Chequered Flag

91cm x 91cm

International Events

80cm x 100cm (minimum for red flag only)

Product Installation

Installation and Maintenance for this product

All of our flags are supplied ready to fly. Our motorsport flags are finished with a sleeve, making it easy to insert onto a pole.

We can provide wooden dowel poles suitable for the flags at a 1 m length.



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Buying Guides

Buying Guide: Fabric Selection

All our fabrics have desired uses, from our external flags to our external banners, indoor displays and specialist flag materials.

Buying Guide: Flag Maintenence

Damage to flags and flagpoles is often caused in windy conditions. Lowering your flag in adverse weather can prolong the flags life.

Buying Guide: Colour Selection

At House of Flags we love colour and understand how important it is to get the best quality print on your products.

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