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Dutch GP attracts 1 million ticket applications

Dutch GP attracts 1 million ticket applications

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Dutch GP attracts 1 million ticket applications

Dutch GP attracts 1 million ticket applications

Formula 1's decision to bring the Dutch Grand Prix back to the calendar looks set to be a roaring success, with a million applications for tickets to the Zandvoort event already having been made.

De Telegraaf quotes the event's sporting director Jan Lammers as revealing the huge number, near enough ensuring a sell-out next year.

Max Verstappen's soaring popularity in his homeland has changed the landscape of several European races and pushed Liberty Media to seek the race's return to the schedule.

The Dutch GP was last held in 1985, although many current F1 drivers are familiar with Zandvoort owing to it remaining a staple in junior series.

Modifications to the facilities will be required, while the Netherlands' rail network has spoken of anticipated surges that may be difficult to manage given the current infrastructure in the area.

The circuit expects to hold 105,000 people, although the huge interest may push the capacity higher.

Fans that registered their interest in tickets are set to discover if they were successful this week, with a purchasing period to follow.

Tickets could become available again after this period, if payments are not made.

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