GP Zandvoort goes ahead: 67% occupancy during Dutch Grand Prix

13-08-2021 17:30 | Updated: 13-08-2021 20:48
by GPblog.com
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GP Zandvoort goes ahead: 67% occupancy during Dutch Grand Prix

The capacity for the Dutch Grand Prix has officially been reduced. This is announced by Jan Lammers. During the Grand Prix weekend, the circuit will be 67% full.

"For me, the glass is two-thirds full. We're just going to do it. The three companies behind the Dutch Grand Prix, Circuit Zandvoort, SportVibes and TIG Sports, have decided to invest in the future of F1 in the Netherlands. The belief in the ambition to organize the biggest Ultimate Race Festival in the world remains the ultimate goal for the coming years. This year in a slimmed-down form, but despite that, the battle for the world championship will be fought in a beautiful orange ambience," Lammers said.

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