There will be "no news" about the fate of the 2020 Dutch Grand Prix on March 31. That is the official word from Formula One Management, even though Dutch reports have said the last day of March is the deadline for Zandvoort to ink a race deal with Liberty Media.
The Dutch beach resort town's council has pledged €4million towards improving infrastructure in an attempt to secure Formula 1's first return to the Netherlands since 1985.
However, it is believed the organisers actually have to raise ten times that much in total.
Race boss Jan Lammers told Algemeen Dagblad newspaper: "Just as important as the four million is the signal behind it.
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