F1 Grand Prix Returns to Holland

The word is out! The Circuit of Zandvoort will return to the Formula 1 World Championship from 2020.

Situated not far from the vibrant city of Amsterdam, Zandvoort is a major beach resort in the Netherlands, known for its long beach bordered by magnificent coastal dunes, separating the North Sea from the track. The circuit of Zandvoort has a long history as a Formula 1 venue.

It was first held in 1952, when it was won by a Ferrari, driven by Alberto Ascari, who went on to win the world championship that year. The last Dutch Grand Prix took place in 1985, so it is about time we have a new race at our beautiful situated circuit!

 

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When the 2020 race takes place next year, it will be the 31st Dutch Grand Prix to count as a round of the World Championship.

It is a perfect excursion to add to your program while you’re in The Netherlands. Our Dutch partner, NL Travelgroup, can arrange amazing accommodations around Zandvoort, so that you can enjoy the race to the fullest!

 

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