DUTCH GRAND PRIX 2021
The Dutch Grand Prix is a Formula One automobile race held at Circuit Zandvoort, North Holland, Netherlands, from 1948 to 1985 and due to be held from 2021 onwards. It was a part of the World Championship from 1952, and designated the European Grand Prix twice, 1962 and 1976, when this title was an honorary designation given each year to one Grand Prix race in Europe.
The town of Zandvoort is situated in the dunes of North Holland’s North Sea coastline half an hour west from the Dutch capital of Amsterdam, and the circuit itself is located right next to the beach.
Zandvoort had been extensively modified during its absence from the Grand Prix calendar. It had been lined with Armco and the cars were protected from the sand dunes and track-side obstacles. New pits were built, and the circuit also saw a chicane placed before Bosuit, the very high-speed corner that went into the pit-straight.