by John and Crystal Earnhardt
You may already know what each flag represents, but what you might not know is that some of the same rules behind the flags of NASCAR that govern the Daytona 500 and every other race, will apply to your life, your job and your relationships. These same principles will apply to your faith in God, or lack of faith. You need to know in life when to put the pedal to the metal and when to slam on the brakes. You need to know when to move over or to slow down when debris is in your path. The principles behind these flags will determine your success or failure.
About the Authors
John Earnhardt is a volunteer chaplain for NASCAR. He learned the meaning of the flags as a young boy at his father's racetrack in North Carolina. His message of hope is that you can soar above your past and make new beginnings. His wife Crystal is a freelance writer and has written seven books including Victory Lane.