Dutch GP at Zandvoort confirmed for F1 2020 after 35-year absence | F1 News

Dutch GP at Zandvoort confirmed for F1 2020 after 35-year absence | F1 News

Dutch GP at Zandvoort confirmed for F1 2020 after 35-year absence | F1 News

The Dutch GP will return to the Formula 1 calendar for the first time in 35 years in 2020 – giving Max Verstappen his first home race.

Zandvoort, which is on the North Sea coast and 40 minutes by car from Amsterdam, was a mainstay of the calendar during F1’s first four decades but the circuit last staged a Grand Prix in 1985.

‘Verstappen mania’ is being credited for the race’s revival with the 21-year-old Red Bull driver having cultivated a huge following in his homeland in his first five years in F1.

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