We are here to stay.

It is official: also in 2024 and 2025, the king class of global motorsport will come to Zandvoort again. Today the contract with Formula 1 is extended by 2 years. Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix sporting director Jan Lammers announced this at Radio 538 this morning.

After countless historic races at the circuit of the dunes, Formula 1 left the Netherlands for 36 long years. But it was worth the wait since that long wait made our comeback even greater. And after two exciting years, we’re extending until 2025 and Zandvoort will be on the F1 calendar between cities like Las Vegas, Monaco, and São Paulo. We are ready for more. We are here to stay!

These two new editions also mean good news for the many fans who did not got their ticket allocated forDutch Grand Prix 2023. They will be the first to get an exclusive chance to purchase tickets for the Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix 2024 before tickets are offered to all other interested parties.

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The excitement from fans and businesses is enormous
Last year we saw that in addition to the global interest, the enthusiasm among fans and the business community in the Netherlands for Formula One remains incredibly strong. The Dutch Grand Prix for 2023 is again completely sold out, with more than 1.5 million ticket requests, and interest was again overwhelming.

“We are looking forward to the next editions. With great races in which the Dutch fans now can enjoy two Dutch drivers in Formula 1.” – Jan Lammers

Economic boost for Zandvoort district
The first two editions, after the return of F1 to the Netherlands, are acknowledged as a great sporting and organizational success. But also, socially and economically, the Dutch Grand Prix has given the region an enormous boost and in particular, placed Zandvoort back on the worldwide map.