As we expect many visitors who will park in many different parking lots, we cannot provide electric charging points. So keep this in mind when you travel to and from the circuit.
All accommodations at the Dutch GP Village are provided with a lock. Lockers are only available for guests who have booked a Beatle. We advise you to leave your valuables at home or to keep them with you.
All tickets will have to be registered in name before they can be sent; this can be done online in the course of 2020. Weekend and passe-partout tickets can have a different name for every individual day. Only then will you receive your tickets shortly before the event. The purchaser remains responsible for the correct use of the tickets at all times.
We try to provide each stand at Circuit Zandvoort with TV screens, so that the race can be followed at all times. For the dunes, unfortunately, this does not apply to all places.
The Dutch GP Village has toilets and hot water showers. You can use these for free.
Small portable speakers with a maximum output of 30 watts on batteries are allowed. The production of sound is only allowed between 08:00 and 23:00.
Bringing your own food and drinks to the event is prohibited. There are catering facilities available on-site. If you follow a strict diet, bringing your own food/drinks is allowed. In this case, please bring a document that prove this with you to the event. This is to prevent misunderstandings at the door.
Bringing your own food and drinks to the camping grounds of the Dutch GP Village is permitted. If you want to bring drinks, a limit applies. You may bring a maximum of 4.5 litres of soft drinks and drinks containing less than 14.5% alcohol. All beverages must be sealed and packaged in the original packaging. Liquor and bottles made of glass are prohibited!
No. Pets are, unfortunately, not allowed.
You will be given the option to purchase a souvenir ticket during the ticket payment process. A souvenir ticket is a beautiful and unique reminder of the race, but at the same time serves as an official admission ticket. The price per ticket is €12.50 incl. VAT. You can choose to bring the souvenir ticket to the circuit or to use your digital e-ticket. The barcode on both tickets is identical and can only be scanned once. At the moment, we are working hard on the design of these souvenir tickets.
Yes, that is possible. The tickets in the webshop are available for everyone.
Tickets for the Dutch GP can be personalized a few weeks prior to the event. During this process, the personal details of the ticket holders can be changed. After personalisation, the tickets will be sent to the person who received the order confirmation.
Yes you can. We will share more information about this with individual ticket holders.
BBQs, gas stoves and open fires are not allowed. There are enough food trucks on site to satisfy any hunger!
Paying for your tickets in instalments is possible. Tickets for 2020 can be paid in 3 instalments and tickets for 3 years in 9 instalments. You can find all the details on staggered payment in our general terms and conditions.
Various P+R areas will be created at which racing fans can park their cars. These areas are located at a distance from the circuit. Shuttle buses run between the circuit and the car park to transport racing fans to and from the circuit. A parking ticket is required to use the buses and parking area. These will be for sale at a later time. The ticket holders will receive a message about this by e-mail.
It is strictly prohibited to resell a ticket, or to offer a ticket in any other commercial way. Transferring or reselling tickets to other natural persons (whose information is linked to the tickets on-line) is allowed, provided that:
- the admission tickets are for personal use;
- such resell is never performed for a fee higher than the published price of the ticket at www.dutchgp.com, potentially increased by a handling fee as paid by the ticket owner; and
- the new ticket holder accepts the general terms and conditions as published on this website.
The person who has been allocated the tickets is at all times responsible for the correct use of the tickets. In the event of (attempted) resale or commercial use contrary to the terms and conditions of the organiser, Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix is entitled to invalidate the relevant applications/tickets.
Once you have paid for your tickets, you will not be able to cancel or return them. From the moment of purchase there is a cancellation fee of 100%. Other conditions may apply only in the case of cancellation of the entire event. Please refer to our general and booking conditions in the application portal.
Due to the limited capacity, it is not possible to enter the general admission zone with a grand stand ticket. However, it is possible to visit the general zones, such as the fan zone.
All accommodations have electricity, with the exception of the Beatle. A locker that provides power is available for guests who have booked a Beatle. Here you can charge your mobile phone or laptop. The shower area is equipped with power outlets suitable for straighteners, hairdryers and shavers.
All people must be able to identify themselves and be willing to undergo a body search when entering the event area. The name set out on the ID must match the name associated with the ticket.
Yes, all people must be able to identify themselves and be prepared to undergo a body search when entering the Dutch GP Village. The name on the identity document must match the name linked to the package.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to change your personal information. Please also include your order number in the e-mail.
A kiss & ride option is available to the visitors of the Dutch GP Village on Thursday the 30th of April and on Monday the 4th of May. All other information on accessibility will follow at a later date.
From Zandvoort station you can walk to the circuit in less than a kilometer. Taking a bike on the train is not allowed due to the expected crowds.
To make your stay as pleasant as possible, you may of course bring your own belongings. Keep in mind that you have to walk about 2.5 km with your belongings (except when making use of the exclusive options on Thursday the 30th of April and Monday the 4th of May!). You may bring a small foldable umbrella, provided it does not have a sharp point. Foldable selfie-sticks, or a stick for your GoPro are also allowed, as long as they are not longer than 1m.
Please note: the entrance gates of the Dutch GP Village are 90 centimetres wide, so you are unable to bring anything wider than 90cm!
Unfortunately, the Dutch GP Village is not easily accessible for guests with a disability or who are limited in their mobility. If you would like more information, please contact the organization at email@example.com so that we can look at the possibilities together.
There is a first aid post available 24 hours a day at the Dutch GP Village for the provision of first aid.
There are various options for parking your bicycle in Zandvoort. There are specially equipped bicycle parking places near Circuit Zandvoort. The exact locations will be published on a later date.
Security is present at Dutch GP Village 24 hours a day.
All ticket holders with tickets to the Dutch GP Village will receive an automatic notification when tickets need to be registered in their name. This is mandatory. Please note that a passe-partout ticket in the camping package can be registered in only one name.
There is no public WiFi network at the Dutch GP Village.
Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to change your personal details. Please include your order number in the e-mail.
This is possible as long as there are still tickets available. You don't have to request for tickets anymore, like last time. You can order and pay for tickets at once.
These tickets provide you with access to the zones around the circuit. Unlike the other tickets, they do not provide you with a seat in one of the stands. Tickets for a grandstand also do not automatically provide access to the General Admission zones. You can see where these zones are located here.
The Official 538 Dutch Grand Prix Village opens on Thursday the 30th of April at 12:00 and closes on Monday the 4th of May at 12:00.
Click here for an overview of all the prices. The prices are calculated including 9% VAT. The handling fee is calculated including 21% VAT.
Bringing the following items to the Official 538 Dutch Grand Prix Village is strictly prohibited: drugs, weapons, knives, drones, laser pens, fireworks, gas and oil lamps, large gas bottles, candles, torches, glassware, generators and barbecues. If you are in doubt about certain items, please contact email@example.com.
The resell platform enables fans, who do not wish to use their cards, to offer them to other fans through an official channel. More information on the launch of this will follow around the start of 2020.
The Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix is best reached on foot, by bike (possibly in combination with remote parking) or by bike. In cooperation with the Dutch Railways (NS), the train will be the most attractive means of transport to travel to Circuit Zandvoort. After allocation of your tickets you will receive further information and offers for accommodation and travel options from us.
There is no minimum age for staying at the Official 538 Dutch Grand Prix Village. Visitors under the age of 16 must, however, be accompanied by an adult. For independent visits to the Dutch GP Village and the Dutch Grand Prix the applicable minimum age is 16 years. The minimum age to purchase tickets is 18 years.
The minimum age to independently attend the event is 16 years. The minimum age to purchase tickets is 18 years.
You can check in at reception. The opening hours of reception are as follows:
Thursday the 30th of April 12:00 - 22:00
Friday the 1st of May 08:00 - 22:00
Saturday the 2nd of May 08:00 - 14:00
Registering your tickets in the correct name has to be done at a later time. You will be notified of this later.
We expect to launch the resell platform in February 2020.
You will receive your tickets around April 2020. You will first need to register your tickets in your name. More information will follow.
The FOM has published the calendar of the Formula 1 in 2020. The F1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix takes place on the 3rd of May 2020.
Official hospitality packages are only obtainable through Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix. If you are interested in this, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parking in Zandvoort and the surrounding area is not possible! Parking is only possible at a distance from Zandvoort. Detailed information about remote parking will follow on a later date. In any case, we offer options for so-called Park & Bike (remote parking and the continuation with your own bicycle, loan or rental bike) or the traditional Park & Ride (parking and shuttle bus).
If you'll be going to the F1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix for several days, there are several options for spending the night nearby. A place to sleep in the official 538 Dutch Grand Prix Village is only possible in combination with passe-partout tickets. Check out the options here. It is also possible to book a hotel through Hotels 4 Hope. View all hotels here. There will also be a camping facility for fans who have already bought a ticket. More information about this camping will follow later.
With each accessibility ticket, one parking ticket for one car/MPV in the vicinity of the circuit can be requested. These parking tickets can be purchased after your tickets have been paid. You will automatically receive a message about this via the organisation. There are additional costs associated with parking. More information about this will follow later.
The Fanzone is accessible to all ticket holders. This is the most suitable place for groups to meet each other.
The platform for people with disabilities and limited mobility is located in the last curve before the straight. This is indicated on the map as 'accessibility platform'. The prices for the accessibility platform are equal to the Bronze II price category.
The Official 538 Dutch GP Village is located on the Duintjesveldweg in Zandvoort.
Circuit Zandvoort, Burgemeester van Alphenstraat 108, 2041 KP Zandvoort.
The stands are divided into different categories, namely:
If stands are split into several categories, they are assigned their own number and/or letter. These split stands are, for the purpose of application and allocation, considered to be separate stands.
Click here for an overview of the ticket categories.
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