F1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix will continue with limited seating capacity

After the announcement of the government on the 13th of August that the Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix in 2021 can take place with a capacity of 67%, the organization has decided to continue with the organization of the event, also with limited capacity or in a smaller form.

Investment in the future of F1 in the Netherlands
Sporting director Jan Lammers: “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 primary goal for the coming years. This year, admittedly in a smaller form, but despite that, the battle for the World Championship will be fought in a beautiful orange ambiance in the stands.”

Largest sporting event in Dutch history
A lot of hard work has gone into rebuilding the circuit and organizing one of the biggest sporting events in Dutch history. The organization is pleased that the majority of our ticket holders will have the opportunity to witness the battle for the Formula One World Championship live at the circuit. It is very disappointing for the group of fans who cannot be present in Zandvoort.

By August 18th mail to ticket holders
Wednesday August 18th at the latest, ticket holders will be informed by email whether they will be able to attend the race this year or will have to be patient for another year. For the fans who unfortunately cannot attend the race, there is the possibility to use their ticket(s) at the Dutch Grand Prix in 2022 or to request a refund.