What color stripe is across the rear of a race car that signifies a rookie driver?

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It is a yellow stripe, and is often called a rookie tag or yellowback. Its intention is to warn experienced NASCAR drivers that they might want to use a little extra caution when they come up behind a vehicle marked in this manner.
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