Formula 1 Netherlands Grand Prix Information
The Formula 1 Netherlands Grand Prix or the Dutch Grand Prix is a motor racing event and a part of the Formula Grand Prix. It is organised at Circuit Zandvoort, North Holland, the Netherlands, from 1950 to 1985. It was part of the World Championship in 1952. Moreover, it was designated the European Grind Prix twice when the title was given to each Grand Prix in Europe. The Grand Prix is famous for its unique location in the dunes near the sea and its rich history. Apart from the racing events, there will be some side events also.
The Zandvoort track swoops and flows through the dunes, creating a rollercoaster-like feel to the lap. And while the circuit will be modernised in time for F1’s 2020 return – including increasing the banking angle at the famous Tarzan corner to an Indianapolis Motor Speedway-trumping 18 degrees – Zandvoort will remain a proper, challenging drivers’ track. A specialty of the Zandvoort track is that it swoops and flows through the dunes and creates a rollercoaster-like feeling. The circuit was modernised in 2020, and increasing the banking angle at the famous Tarzan corner to an Indianapolis Motor Speedway-trumping 18 degrees was one of its objectives. This year, it will occur at the Circuit Zandvoort, Netherlands, on Sunday, September 4.
Formula 1 Netherlands Grand Prix schedule
Timings are according to the UTC.
|September 2||First Practice Session||17:30 to 18:30|
|September 2||Second Practice Session||20:30 to 21:00|
|September 3||Third Practice Session||16:30 to 17:30|
|September 3||Qualifying Session||19:30 to 20:30|
|September 4||Grand Prix||18:30 to 20:30|
Formula 1 Netherlands Grand Prix history
In the given table, events that are not a part of the Formula 1 haven’t been considered.
Formula 1 Netherlands Grand Prix ranking
In the given table, racers who weren’t a part of the Formula 1 events weren’t considered.
|Jim Clark||4||United Kingdom|
|Jackie Stewart||3||United Kingdom|
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