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Verstappen excited about Dutch GP return

Verstappen excited about Dutch GP return



Verstappen excited about Dutch GP return

Verstappen excited about Dutch GP return

Max Verstappen says he is excited at the prospect of Formula 1 returning to the Netherlands for the newly-announced Dutch Grand Prix, which was confirmed as being part of the 2020 F1 calendar on Tuesday.

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It has long been speculated that a race would return to the country, potentially as a replacement for the Spanish GP, and it was confirmed by F1 and Liberty Media this week, with Zandvoort being the location.

Verstappen, a Dutchman, is looking forward to driving on what he calls a “historic” track.

“I'm very excited for the Dutch Grand Prix to return. I think you will see a lot of Dutch fans around the track in the dunes.

I've done a bit of driving there before. It's a very beautiful and historic track, so yes, it's definitely ging to be a good one. It's a very challenging track and, you know, old-school. A bit like Suzuka, because it's designed actually by the same person.

“I think, with F1 cars, it's gonna be really, really quick.”

Verstappen has a Dutch father and a Belgian mother, meaning that he will effectively have two home races to look forward to next season.

“It's always nice to have a home race,” he added.

“I mean, I had one already in Spa so basically now I have two as I'm half-Belgian and half-Dutch so it's gonna be a lot of fun to see the two.”

The popularity of Verstappen in the Netherlands is thought to have been a key factor in the decision to bring F1 back to the country.


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