After three successful editions, the Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix is on the F1 calendar for 2024 and 2025. The organisers are proud that the event is listed amongst F1-races in world cities like Las Vegas, Monaco and São Paulo. Again the demand for tickets for the 2024 racing and entertainment spectacle in Zandvoort exceeds the available number of tickets considerably.
Sold out in no time
The Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort was sold out in no time for the previous three editions. For that reason, the organisation used the same application and allocation process for 2024 and 2025. Applicants had until 8 September 2023 to apply for tickets. As expected demand was again considerably higher than number of available tickets. Notable is the fact that a growing proportion of these applications are from abroad. The organisation will inform all applicants this week about the allocation of requested tickets.
Two weeks’ time
The application process started on Friday 25 August and ran until 8 September 2023. During that two-week period, anyone, who registered, could apply. The allocation of tickets for the 2024 editions, and even a good number for 2025 already, will take place this week. For those who are not allocated tickets for 2024, there will be an opportunity to purchase tickets for 2025 directly.
Dutch Grand Prix Sporting director Jan Lammers sees that racing fans are again rather interested. “Fan interest is undiminished. Demand simply remains many times higher than supply. We are five to ten times oversubscribed, depending on the type of tickets. After three years, race fans from home and abroad are still queuing up and the enthusiasm is unparalleled. So is ours; with new energy, we are already working on 2024 and 2025,” Lammers concludes.