Netherlands F1

3rd - 5th September 2021


The Dutch Grand Prix is back on the F1 calendar for 2020 and we can guarantee that any fans visiting for the Dutch Grand Prix will enjoy the electric atmosphere. The seaside town of Zandvoort plays home of the event which last staged the Dutch Grand Prix back in 1985. The first street race was held in Zandvoort in 1939, but it was not until after World War II that a permanent race track was constructed in the Dutch city, using the communication roads that were built by the Occupation army.

The first race held at this historic circuit was in 1948 with the Prijs van Zandvoort; one year later, in 1949, this would be renamed the Zandvoort Grand Prix, and finally in 1950 it moved on to become the Netherlands Grand Prix. The circuit is full of up and downs in its early stages: the first Formula 1 race held here was in 1955, but it would not return in the next two years. It was not until 1958 – a decade after its first race on track – that the Zandvoort circuit saw its return on the F1 calendar, where it would become a permanent fixture until 1985.

It will be 35 years since the last Formula One race at Zandvoort circuit, and the track has been modernised to fit current standards. Circuit Zandvoort has always been a fan favourite for its fast, sweeping corners, and the famous Tarzan corner hairpin at the end of the start/finish straight. One of the shorter circuits on the F1 calendar, it is known for its character, and its speed. With 14 highly challenging corners that will push drivers to the limit, merciless gravel beds and few run-off areas, drivers will pay the price for even the smallest mistake made on track.

This will be an exciting reopening of Circuit Zandvoort to the Formula 1 Grand Prix. Current World Champions Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton will be fighting for the 2020 title on a track that saw heroes the likes of Alain Prost, Ayrton Senna, James Hunt and Niki Lauda. Many drivers – like Hamilton, but also Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen – already have experience on this circuit from their run in the Formula 3.


  • 4-nights hotel accommodation
  • Bed and Breakfast
  • General Admission Tickets – Saturday and Sunday


  • Return travel by sea
  • VIP and Hospitality tickets


Friday 03 September
10.00 – 11.30 – Practice 1
14.00 – 15.30 – Practice 2

Saturday 04 September
11.00 – 12.00 – Practice 3
14.00 – 15.00 – Qualifying

Sunday 05 September
14.10 – 16.00 – Race

Located in the Amsterdam-Zuidoost business district, this modern hotel is conveniently located for the city centre sights. The Courtyard Arena Atlas Marriott hotel is also approximately a 30-minute drive from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and a 45-minute drive from the circuit.

Located only a 5-minute walk from Amsterdam Bijlmer Arena Metro Station, the Holiday Inn Express hotel is conveniently located for the city centre sights such as the Rijksmuseum and Anne Frank House, all just a quick train ride away. The hotel is also just approximately a 20-minute drive from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and a 40-minute drive from the circuit.

Located just a few minutes walking distance from Hoofddorp train station, this modern hotel offers direct connections to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and the city centre. Conveniently located, with Amsterdam Airport Schiphol just a 4-minute journey away from train and Amsterdam city centre just 20 minutes away by train. For those travelling by car, the hotel is approximately a 10-minute drive from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and a 30-minute drive from the circuit.

Thanks for your interest in this event. Due to current UK travel restrictions, we are unable to take bookings at this time. We’re hopeful that vaccination programme progress will change that situation. If you would like to register your interest in this event please complete the form and one of the team will be in touch shortly.


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