Circuit Zandvoort

Circuit Zandvoort will celebrate their 60th birthday in 2018. After the opening in 1948, the circuit was the home of multiple Formula 1 Grand Prix races. A worthy follower of the race event was found in the Marlboro Masters.

Since 2012, the first edition of the Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort was held. Partly because of the extra noise days, Zandvoort became more and more popular. Circuit Zandvoort is a popular circuit among both teams and racing drivers. The friendly, incomparable Zandvoort hospitality and the unique atmosphere make Zandvoort a much sought-after track for international race series. It wasn’t long until ADAC GT Masters, FIA GT3 European Championship, FIA European Formula 3 Championship en Blancpain Sprint Series, came to Zandvoort. 

Recently the circuit and the local governement presented the results from a research to get back the Formula one. And guess what? Economicly it is possible! So when F1-owner Liberty Global is interested in a Dutch Grand Prix, then Zandvoort will proudly be the host of the greatest race of the world!

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