Formula 1 is one complicated sport. Choosing from the range of tyres to the complications, of course for the layman, in the steering wheel, Formula 1 demands one greater deal of concentration. It is not just that, the races, especially in the middle east, can have a toll on racer’s body. They can sometimes lose upto 4kgs of body weight and can lose near to 3 litre of water from their body during a race. So if you still think Formula 1 ain’t a sport, God bless your sweet mind. But then again, it isn’t it for a driver or even for the constructors. Communication in Formula 1 is as important as it is in real life. And in doing so, the sport has been using flags since almost the beginning. There are a variety of flags in the Formula 1 and every flag has different meaning to it. Even a single colour flag has different meanings. That being said, here we give a brief explaining of what all those flags actually mean.