- Sunday | May 3, 2020
- 11:59 pm - 11:59 pm
- Burgemeester van Alphenstraat 108, 2041 KP Zandvoort, Netherlands
The 2020 Dutch Grand Prix will be held at the Zandvoort circuit. Zandvoort is a seaside town and the main motor racing circuit in the Netherlands. The Dutch grand prix has been granted a 3 year contract.
Changes are currently underway to improve safety and it retain places allow for increased speeds. Changes to the layout are being overseen by Italian circuit designers Dromo.
Planned changes include moving the start and finish towards Tarzan corner which will make it clearer to see from the main grandstand.
For safety reasons the exit of Gerlachtbocht will be widened and to allow for higher speeds towards Scheivlak the Hugenholtzbocht will be widened.
The second part of the chicane Hans Ernst Bocht will be reduced and widened to improve the flow through the corner and the Arie Luyendijkbocht will be changed with a slight bank to permit better racing.
The Zandvoort circuit is located in the seaside town of Zandvoort which is approximately 30km from the City of Amsterdam. The nearest airport is Amsterdam’s Schipol Airport. The circuit can be reached by road from Amsterdam on either the N200 or N201 roads, while Zandvoort aan Zee railway station is a short walk from the circuit or you can use the bus services operating from Amsterdam centre.