It has been reported that there could be a Dutch Grand Prix as soon as 2020.
The mayor of Zandvoort, a Dutch town, has stated that he wants his town to host a Formula 1 race.
It has been reported that Liberty Media are open to the Zandvoort circuit and plans are in place to organise a Grand Prix from 2020.
"F1 can count on great support in our country. That has already been demonstrated," said mayor Meijer.
De Telegraaf newspaper reports that Zandvoort needs to find 30 to 40 million euros within the space of 'a few months' in order to secure the F1 deal.
A Grand Prix in the Netherlands would mean that Max Verstappen would have a home Grand Prix and it is certain that fans would come out in their thousands to support him.