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F1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix scheduled for 3-5 september 2021
Organisation happy with dates for F1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix from 3-5 September 2021 Following the Formula 1 publication of the provisional 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship, the first postponed edition of the Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix is scheduled from 3 to 5 September 2021. In view of the worldwide interest the return of the Dutch Grand Prix, after 36 years, in consultation with Formula 1 a date in September 2021 has been agreed. ► See for all the information about this event: www.dutchgp.com.
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Winter Endurance Championship
The final races of the various race series, the DNRT, ACNN, DRDO, and international championships, will not bring an end to all the motorsport fun at the end of the year. After all, CM.com Circuit Zandvoort and the Stichting DNRT organise the Winter Endurance Championship in the winter. Many races for less money. The championship traditionally kicks off with the Zandvoort 500, but due to the current Covid-19 situation, the race hast been postponed. The dates of the races of the Winter Endurance Championship 2020-2021 are available online. Are you curious when the competition for the winter title will start again? See all the WEC info →   To open the official entry form for the Winter Endurance Championship 2020-2021, please use the button below. Entry will open 16 November. Entry form →
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CM.com new partner of Circuit Zandvoort
From now on the Zandvoort racing circuit is called CM.com Circuit Zandvoort. CM.com commits itself as name giving partner to Circuit Zandvoort. The partnership is a next step after the existing cooperation that CM.com has with the Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix. A logical choice according to the ambitious Dutch companies in the further development of digital visitor experience. In other words: Circuit Zandvoort is committed to (digital) transformation with CM.com.
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Historic Grand Prix proves to be unique event on 2020 motorsport calendar
The ninth Historic Grand Prix has turned out to be a special event on this year’s challenge-filled motorsport calendar. Co-organisers CM.com Circuit Zandvoort and HARC are proud that the event was able to take place on its planned date and even welcomed a limited number of spectators. The presence of a crowd created an old-fashioned atmosphere – and the on-track action was of similar old-school class. The Historic Grand Prix was the first major international event to take place on a circuit newly renovated to accommodate for the return of the Dutch Grand Prix. As the inaugural comeback GP was postponed until 2021, it was therefore impossible for Max Verstappen or Lewis Hamilton to set a new official lap record on the renovated circuit. 
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Circuit Zandvoort Track Insights 17 – Shell Fuel Station
Not only a number of turns have been changed last winter. Also the fuel station was relocated and upgraded to a Shell V-Power Only station.  
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Renewed Mickey’s Bar open
After a renovation period, Mickey’s Bar, the lively and atmospheric race café at the end of Circuit Zandvoort’s pit lane, has reopened.   More information and opening hours can be found on this page.
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Historic Grand Prix 2020 – Buy your tickets now
Due to the current corona measures, the Historic Grand Prix in 2020 cannot be organized in the usual way. The programme has been adapted and the number of tickets available is limited. Day tickets are available for € 25,00 each. For the youngest racing fans, the children’s ticket for only € 1,00 remains applicable. Because the program will be adjusted, the organization of the Historic Grand Prix has decided to use an amended ticket structure for the 2020 edition. This ticket structure (and with that the ticket pricing) fits better with the current event approach (not like visitors are used to from the Historic Grand Prix) and the limited number of tickets.   Historic Grand Prix 2020 The paddock program is different from previous editions, as this year the focus is more on the races and the race cars of the competitors, rather than the decoration of the paddocks. Of course a lot of legendary race cars with a unique race history can still be admired in the paddocks.    
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Circuit Zandvoort Track Insights 16 – Exit pitlane
Where the previous Track Insights informed fans about the renewed Pit Entry, this time we’re looking at the changes at the Pit Exit.  
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Circuit Zandvoort Track Insights 15 – Entry pitlane
Not only a number of turns have been changed last winter. Also at the entrance of the pitlane a number of changes can be spotted.  
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Circuit Zandvoort Track Insights 14 – Arie Luyendykbocht
Immediately after the important Kumhobocht, the last corner of Circuit Zandvoort follows reasonably quickly: the Arie Luyendykbocht. The bend has undergone a major metamorphosis and has been transformed into an impressive banked corner with an 18-degree banking, including a SAFER barrier.
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