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Circuit Zandvoort Track Insights 11 – Hans Ernst Bocht
At Circuit Zandvoort the Hans Ernst Bocht is a perfect location for overtaking opponents. After all, they drive into the corner at high speed and then it’s time to brake firmly in order to make the right turn. At the Hans Ernst Bocht a new run-off asphalt strip has been realised, the gravel bed has been renewed and new FIA fences have been installed.
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Circuit Zandvoort Track Insights 10 – Turn 10
Immediately after the technical challenge of Turn 9, Turn 10 follows fairly quickly. The gravel bed has been refurbished at this location, while new tyre stacks have also been installed. At the exit of the curve a new ‘Double Kerb’ is located and the marshal post locations have been renewed according to FIA specifications.
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Circuit Zandvoort Track Insights 9 – Turn 9
At Circuit Zandvoort, Turn 9 is a technical challenge for the drivers. After all, they come out of the Masterbocht (Turn 8) at a challenging speed and it is then time to brake hard to get Turn 9 right. Thanks to a renewed gravel bed, FIA fences and renewed tyre stacks, this corner is also up to date again, just like the previous curves.
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Circuit Zandvoort Track Insights 8 – Mastersbocht
After the Scheivlak, the drivers will go to turn 8 of Circuit Zandvoort, better known as the Masters corner. The gravel bed has been renewed at this location, while new Tecpro-barriers have also been installed in front of the tyre stacks. At the exit of the turn, behind the new ‘Double Kerb’, there is also a run-off area, where drivers can get their car under control more easily after a steering error and rejoin at a later point via a safe route.
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Circuit Zandvoort is open again
We are pleased to announce that Circuit Zandvoort will be reopened for a selected number of activities as of 11 May 2020. In order to carry out these activities in a responsible manner, we are taking the measures of the RIVM very closely, and these activities are subject to a number of important conditions. Activities are planned by various organisers, in compliance with the safety rules and without visitors. For the time being, for all planned activities, there is a checkpoint at the entrance of Circuit Zandvoort, where only participants are allowed to enter. These participants must have registered in advance and received a confirmation of participation via the organiser. For activities that can take place on the Circuit Zandvoort site without a permit requirement, such as private events (meetings and congresses), Circuit Zandvoort and its partners have also drawn up appropriate measures and protocols that comply with the RIVM guidelines and respect the 1.5-metre standard. Read more about the business opportunities on this page. Finally, we hope to be able to announce more about the developments surrounding public events at Circuit Zandvoort at a later date.   Take care and stay safe!
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Circuit Zandvoort Track Insights 7 – Scheivlak
The bend where the heroes distinguish themselves from the regular drivers, better known as the Scheivlak, is one of the longest turns at Circuit Zandvoort. Although the unique shape remains unchanged, there are a lot of changes alongside the asphalt, including new FIA fences, tyre stacks and Tecpro barriers. In these Track Insights we see a bit more of the Scheivlak.
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Circuit Zandvoort Track Insights 6 – Scheivlak
When the drivers have reached one of the fastest locations of Circuit Zandvoort, it is time to challenge the Scheivlak. The demanding fast corner is equipped with new gravel bed, new FIA fences and tyre stacks. The shape and challenge of the corner remains unchanged.
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Circuit Zandvoort Track Insights 5 – Slotemakerbocht
After the fast Hunserug, Zandvoort’s “dune rollercoaster” becomes even more exciting. The circuit continues at high speed towards the Slotemaker turn. Safety features have been adapted at various locations here, but the challenging and unique character of Turn 5 remains unchanged.
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Circuit Zandvoort - Save your ticket
Save your ticket, enjoy later
Please note that this page has been automaticly translated into English. In disputes, the Dutch text will be leading. Various branch associations join forces and encourage their visitors to keep their tickets until the doors open again: Save your ticket, enjoy later. In close consultation with the Dutch Ministries of Education, Culture and Science, the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport and the Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Dutch Consumer & Market Authority (ACM), a regulation has been drawn up for events postponed by the coronavirus. Circuit Zandvoort supports the plan and makes it available to ticket holders of our public events that have been rescheduled or cancelled. A suitable offer Circuit Zandvoort provides a suitable solution for ticket holders. The original ticket remains valid, as previously communicated. In the meantime we are in consultation with race series and organizations to move the event where possible. If the ticket holder is prevented from travelling on the new date, the ticket holder will receive a voucher worth the original ticket price, including (service) costs. The voucher can be exchanged for a ticket for the next edition of the event or one of the other events organised by Circuit Zandvoort. Think for example of the Historic Grand Prix. This allows fans to still enjoy a great event at the renewed Circuit Zandvoort. Ticket buyers will be informed about the practical arrangements after the new date has been announced. If after the announcement of the new dates (of cancelled or temporarily relocated events) you still cannot make use of this arrangement, then you can apply for a refund in accordance with the Dutch ‘Ticketgelden corona crisis’ arrangement. As soon as these new dates are known, Circuit Zandvoort will further communicate the actions and the process with the ticket holders. More information about ‘Save your ticket, enjoy later’ can be found on saveyourticket.nl and bewaarjeticket.nl. Other events For events not organized by Circuit Zandvoort, such as AutoMaxx Streetpower, JapFest and the National Oldtimer Festival, organizer 402Automotive has placed more (Dutch) information online. The organization of the Dutch Grand Prix has also announced how ‘Save your ticket, enjoy later‘ works for the Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix.  
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