Lammers about Dutch GP 2021: "We don't have a date yet"

15-08-2020 07:16 | Updated: 15-08-2020 08:43
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Lammers about Dutch GP 2021: We don't have a date yet

This year, Formula 1 was expected to make a return to the Netherlands after 35 years. Unfortunately the coronavirus threw a spanner in the works and we have to wait another year longer for the return of the Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort. Jan Lammers lets us know that Zandvoort is not very busy yet and only has a possible place on the calendar for 2021.

Not working on it yet

"I don't think it's happening right now. These are all hypothetical cases. You just have to look at the facts. Of course a lot of things are being thought about", says Lammers at the table at the Formule 1 Café of Ziggo Sport.

According to Lammers it is important for now that as many facts as possible are collected. "No, we don't have a date yet. Those are all things you can allude to, you name it. If there is fact, you know where you stand. Fortunately, all the signals and progress they are making and what they are learning about the virus are good steps", says the Dutchman.

Races with an audience

Lammers says that races in Russia and Portimao can be important when racing with an audience. "These figures are all shared and everyone has to make the most of it", the former Formula 1 driver ends.

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