Dutch Grand Prix to return to F1 calendar next year

The Dutch Grand Prix will go back to the Components One calendar subsequent 12 months for the primary time since 1985.

The Zandvoort observe at the Dutch coast, which hosted 30 F1 races from 1952-85, might be rebuilt within the coming months to host the race.

It isn’t transparent when the race would slot into the already packed calendar, which additionally has a brand new race in Vietnam showed for 2020, however F1 organizers stated Zandvoort will host races till a minimum of 2022.

Crimson Bull driving force Max Verstappen, who’s Dutch, is in 3rd position within the F1 standings and has a big and trustworthy fan base within the Netherlands.

“With the recognition of Max Verstappen I am certain there might be an enormous choice of enthusiasts in attendance,” FIA president Jean Todt stated. “There may be now a large number of preparation had to deliver the circuit as much as the desired protection requirements to host a Components One race.”

The ultimate driving force to win an F1 race on the Zandvoort observe was once Niki Lauda, then a driving force for McLaren and now the non-executive chairman of the Mercedes workforce.


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