I have though about this a long time, the blue flag rule does not work perfectly, and I think the slower cars on average lose too much time, and often it greatly affects their race. The rule is a bit diffuse, when exactly does the car ahead have to give way, it depends on the situations, and they are never the same. When I ask myself the question, what is the purpose of this rule, I have troubble finding good arguements. The only thing I can think of is that if you are on a track where it is virtually impossible to pass you could end up with a situation where the faster driver is not able to pass the slower driver, but that would not be common I think and would be "part of the race" so to speak. So my point is, I can only see good things comming from removing the rule. What do you all think? Below is the idea further explained, it is taken from the second post in the New members thread, if you read the whole post you'll see it in a larger context: Lapping slower cars A new feature at Presto GP is that we do not use blue flag, in other words the car 1 lap behind do not need to give way, the car 1 lap ahead must pass him. This shifts the responsibillity and challenge from the presumed less skilled driver ahead that has to use his mirrors to the presumed more skilled driver behind with a perfect view of the situation. It will be like normal overtaking except the car ahead has no interest in defending, he is losing ground all the time the faster car is at his tail, so he would naturally want the faster driver ahead (but not in a way that cost him much time). From the faster driver’s perspective it will rather be a fun little challenge, passing a driver that is much slower than him and not interested in defending.