Travel back in history with the popular and attractive Historic Grand Prix. Includes Historic Formule One, Touringcars and Sportscars! The Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort celebrates its seventh edition on 4, 5 and 6 September 2020. The racing programme features a mix of familiar and ‘new’ racing series. Entertaining demonstrations and the drivers’ parade through the centre of Zandvoort are just a few of the highlights during the three-day motorsports festival.
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The line-up for this event is formed by the following series:
- FIA Masters Historic Formula One Championship
- FIA Masters Historic Sports Car Championship
- FIA Historic Formula 3 European Cup
- Masters Endurance Legends
- Gentlemen Drivers (GT’s Pre ’66)
- Pre’66 Touring Cars
- NK GTTC
- Historic Formula 2
- Historic F3 1.000 cc
- Historic F3 500 cc
This is the ultimate class for Formula One cars of the golden age 1966 to 1985. An era in which Cosworth DFV power and a creative car designer could win races. The cars must run in their period livery, delivering a superb spectacle of sight and sound, then as now.
A series for Le Mans-style sports cars and Group 4 period cars from 1962 up to 1974. Expect a ground-shaking grid where Chevrons take on cars from Porsche and Lola.
A category which, in its former days just as today, proves to be the key stepping-stone to Formula 1. This class will be unique celebration of the category, its cars and history. The cars were driven in period by equally legendary drivers, including the likes of Elio de Angelis, Ayrton Senna, Nelson Piquet and Alain Prost.
Prototypes and GTs that took part in Le Mans and related championships such as the ELMS and the ALMS from 1990 to 2015. These extremely fast machines of recent history make the link with the modern present.
The Historic Formula 2 guarantees a beautiful, super fast grid. The lap times are only a few seconds slower than those of the FIA Masters Historic Formula One Championship. The starting field is dominated by the well-known brands March, Brabham and Chevron.
The timetable will be announced during the summer of 2020.
Tickets bought in the online pre-sale are cheaper than tickets that are purchased at the ticket registers on the event days at Circuit Zandvoort.
|Weekend Ticket – Paddock & Main Grandstand||€ 55,00||€ 65,00|
|Day Ticket – Paddock & Main Grandstand – Sunday||€ 32,50||€ 39,99|
|Day Ticket – Paddock & Main Grandstand – Saturday||€ 32,50||€ 39,99|
|Day Ticket – Paddock & Main Grandstand – Friday||€ 32,50||€ 39,99|
Children up to and including 12 years receive (when purchased in online pre-sale) for just only € 1,00 entry to the complete event, when accompanied by a paying adult. Tickets at the Raceday Tickets Register cost only € 5.00.
In the Paddock Club of the Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort the guests lack nothing. Be surprised by the catering at Grand Prix level and get to know the other guests. A unique experience.
Visitors of the Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort who come with their classic car are welcome at the Classic Car Parking. That weekend, the Zandvoort boulevard will become an open-air museum for cars built up to 1985. A free shuttle service will provide transport to and from the circuit.
The visitor information will be available at the latest 7 days prior to the event.