Official Song Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix ‘Beat me’ launched
Today, Davina Michelle announced the Official Song of the Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix with Frank Dane in the 538 morning show. The song, called ‘Beat Me’, is written and performed by the Dutch star and will be shown on TV for the first time on Friday night during the finals of The Voice of Holland.
During the event, the Official Song can also be heard everywhere. On Saturday and Sunday, Davina Michelle will be at the mainstage in the fanzone, where the song ‘Beat Me’ will certainly be sung. Davina also plays another important role during the Dutch Grand Prix. She will sing the Wilhelmus, the Dutch national anthem, just before the start of the Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix 2020 and prepare the thousands of Dutch fans for Raceday on Sunday in doing so.
The Formula 1 is one of the biggest international sports events a country can organise, only second to the Olympic Games and the World Cup. With three days of spectacular races, live performances and much more, the Dutch Grand Prix wants to show the world what the Netherlands stands for in terms of innovation, entrepreneurship and orange-madness. ‘Beat Me’, the Official Song written and performed by Davina Michelle, translates precisely this feeling and puts Dutch talent on a world stage.
Davina Michelle: “I’m so proud to have made a track for the Dutch Grand Prix! ‘Beat Me’ is about how hard work, trial and error, can make you achieve endless goals. ‘Racing’ has been used metaphorically here, but the fact that we can hold such a big international event in our small country, by putting our backs into it, reflects the message behind ‘Beat Me’!”