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Location: Zandvoort, Holland [click here for map]

Circuit length: 4.31Km (2.68 Miles)

Number of turns: 14

Opened: 1939

Major events: 12 Hours of Zandvoort, DTM,

Historic Grand Prix, Zandvoort Masters

Lap record: 1:26.959 (Earl Goddard,

Benetton B194, 2002, EuroBOSS Series)


Holland's most well-known circuit, Circuit Park Zandvoort dates from the 1930s. The first ever international race event in Holland was held on a street circuit in Zandvoort in 1939 and this led the Mayor of Zandvoort to call for a permanent circuit to be located in the dunes north of the town.


Due to World War II the first race on the circuit was held in 1949. Dutch home of DTM, 12 Hours of Zandvoort and the Historic Grand Prix, the circuit previously held many F1 races featuring the likes of Graham Hill, Jackie Stewart and Jim Clark and helped more modern F3 drivers progress into F1 including David Coulthard and Lewis Hamilton.





Amsterdam Schiphol Airport: 31Km (19 miles) 32min drive.


Brussels Airport: 219Km (136 miles) 2Hrs 20min drive.


Ijmuiden Ferry Terminal (ferry from Newcastle):

21Km (13 miles) 26min drive.


Zeebrugge Ferry Terminal (ferry from Hull):

260Km (162 miles) 2Hrs 50min drive.


Calais: 382Km (237 miles) 3Hrs 45min drive.





Two circuits are within reach: the closest is Belgium’s second circuit, Zolder, to the south east but drive just an extra 87Km (54 miles) and you can sample the delights of Belgium’s (and mainland Europe’s) best circuit at Spa-Francorchamps.


Zolder: 213Km (132 miles) 2Hrs 17min drive.


Spa-Francorchamps: 300Km (186 miles) 2Hrs 58min drive.



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