2023 Dutch Grand Prix
Dates - August 27th, 2023
We offer 2023 Dutch Grand Prix official RESERVED grandstand & VIP hospitality tickets and hotel travel packages to see the 2023 Formula One Dutch Grand Prix including hotels, Dutch Grand Prix 2023 race tickets, hospitality options and VIP transfers. Very limited Zandvoort hotel space in across from the track entrance.
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Your 2023 Dutch Grand Prix Experience
Don’t miss this great event, Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix 2023 of Holland in Zandvoort, Netherlands where you can enjoy a great weekend and have lots of fun in this seaside city. As a USA based licensed Tour Operator, we have been providing travel packages and tickets to the F1 Grand Prix races since 1982.There are lots of things to see and do in Amsterdam, Haarlem and Zandvoort, Holland with great restaurants and warm Dutch hospitality. We offer hotels, tickets, hospitality and transfer packages with hotel options in Zandvoort directly across the street from the track entrance or hotels in Amsterdam or Haarlem. We have been fortunate to secure some great Dutch Grand Prix seats at the Zandvoort Circuit. Watch all the race action and Big Screen and enjoy the views from your grandstand. We also have a great Dutch Grand Prix circuit hospitality option or spend the weekend in the Paddock Club. RESERVE now so you don’t miss the 2022 Dutch Grand Prix. AVAILABILITY IS EXTREMELY LIMITED for 2023 so don’t wait! SCROLL DOWN BELOW FOR PACKAGE OPTIONS, PRICES AND ITINERARIES.
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4 Star Hotel in central Amsterdam or Haarlem
4 Star Boutique
An elegant boutique hotel in the traditional architecture. Totally renovated and quiet but with a central location in Amsterdam just across the bridge from the central train station in Amsterdam . With only 26 guestrooms and suites this property offers excellent guest services and facilities.
VERY LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE SO DO NOT DELAY IN RESERVING.
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Day 1 Optional: Arrive Thursday
Thursday, arrive and be greeted by the Grand Prix Club staff at the International Airport in Amsterdam. Transportation to your Hotel in central Amsterdam or Haarlem or in Zandvoort where you can relax from your flight. Explore the nearby central Amsterdam, Haarlem or Zandvoort area with its fine shops and great restaurants, have dinner out or in your hotel.
Day 1: Optional day 2 for Thursday arrivals.
Friday, breakfast at our Hotel and then depart to the Circuit. Spend the day watching two Formula 1 practice sessions plus support races from our great seats or visit the sites of Amsterdam, Haarlem or Vandvoort. Transfers for the return to our hotel in the afternoon. Dine at the hotel or at one of the many fine restaurants in town. Cocktail briefing at your hotel.
Day 2 or 3:
Saturday, breakfast at your hotel and then departure to the Circuit for Formula 1 practice session plus qualifying. Lots of other track activity all day. Transfers back to your hotel in Amsterdam in the afternoon and your evening free..
Day 3 or 4:
Sunday, breakfast and then off to the Grand Prix. Transfers returning to your hotel in the late afternoon and then enjoy your evening at one of the many fine restaurants.
Day 4 or 5:
Monday, breakfast and then off to the airport for your return trip.
(B) = breakfast
2023 Dutch Grand Prix 4 Day, 3 Night Options
Option A- 2 left4 Star Amsterdam or Haarlem Hotel 3-nights
Hotel to track transfers
Single Occupancy - from $3895 Per Person
Double Occupancy - from $2995 Per Person
Option B-2 leftDeluxe 5 Star Amsterdam Hotel 3-nights
Hotel to track transfers
Single Occupancy - from $4295 Per Person
Double Occupancy - from $3295 Per Person
Option C-sold out4 Star Zandvoort Hotel at track entrance 4-nights
5 minute walk to track entrance
Single Occupancy - $5695 per person
Double Occupancy - $4395 per person
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Return of the Dutch Grand Prix in 2021
After 36 years of absence, the Formula 1 is back in Zandvoort! On a racetrack that is considered by many drivers to be one of the most beautiful in the world, Formula 1 will be held in the first weekend of May 2021. An event you must be at!
Zandvoort is just 15 minutes from the city of Haarlem and 30 minutes from Amsterdam and is a major seaside resort in the Netherlands.
The 2021 race will be the 31st Dutch Grand Prix at the track. Prior to the 1985 season, the race had been held 29 times there over the course of the last 33 seasons, as it was first held in the 1952 season. Heineken is set to serve as the title sponsor for this race when it returns to the schedule next year.
The Zandvoort race track dates back to the 1930s. On June 3 1939, an international competition for race cars was organized for the first time in Dutch history. This involved a course through the streets of Zandvoort. The event attracted a couple of thousand visitors. That event was the reason that the mayor back then decided that there should be a permanent circuit. The dunes in the north of Zandvoort were chosen as the right location.
The town has a long history of motor sport. In fact, street races were organized as of 1939 and the permanent race track was built in 1948, hosting the Dutch Grand Prix for decades. It has been the backdrop to legends – James Hunt, Jody Scheckter, Niki Lauda, Ayrton Senna and Mario Andretti are among the big names to have raced in Zandvoort.
The circuit is praised for the rolling track through the Zandvoort dunes. The Tarzan bend immediately after the start, the sharp Hugenholtz bend, the ‘blind’ Scheivlak and the fast Arie Luyendyk bend: bends that will demand the utmost from the drivers, that will make overtaking extremely difficult, but that guarantee a magnificent Formula 1 adventure.
Zandvoort is no unknown territory for a number of current Formula 1 drivers. Max Verstappen has been a regular guest at the Jumbo Racing Days for years with Red Bull Racing, but reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton also has good memories of Zandvoort. He won Formula 3 in 2005: “It was really cool to race there. But overtaking was difficult.” Hamilton’s teammate Valtteri Bottas is also happy to return: “It is a very beautiful circuit. The track has nice long curves and really fast curves. And even when we were there with the Formula 3, there were a lot of fans along the track. I would gladly there return. “
Circuit Zandvoort celebrated their 60th birthday in 2008. After the opening in 1948, the circuit was the home of multiple Formula 1 Grand Prix races. A worthy follower of the race event was found in the Marlboro Masters. A quick look back at the circuits’ history.
On 7 August 1948, the first race was held on the new permanent Zandvoort circuit. The race didn’t count for the championships but it did attract a lot of Formula 1 drivers to Zandvoort. The winner was Prince Bira of Siam. One year later, the event was organized under the name ‘‘Grote prijs van Zandvoort’’. Ferrari won this race with driver Luigi Villoresi.
In the fifties the name of the Formula 1 race is changed to ‘‘de Grote prijs van Nederland’’. In 1952, Zandvoort became an official part of the World Championships. It was an important step in auto racing history because Zandvoort was part of calendar that only existed out of eight races. Louis Rosier, Alberto Ascari, Juan Manuel Fangio, Stirling Moss, and Joachim Bonnier were able to look back on their races with a good feeling because they all won at least one race.
The sixties were the combativeness of the famous drivers Graham Hill, Jim Clark, and Jackie Stewart. They all won at least one of the races. Wolfgang von Trips and Jack Brabham also triumphed at the circuit of Zandvoort.
In the seventies the circuit experienced a underwhelming period. In 1970 ‘‘ de Grote prijs van Nederland’’ was overshadowed due to the deadly accident of Piers Courage. In the back of the circuit, close to the east-tunnel, the British racing driver ran of the race track and died on the scene. The race in 1971 was won by Jacky Ickx. One year later the security measurements at the circuit weren’t up to standard and the Formula 1 Grand Prix decided not to go to Zandvoort.
In 1973 an extra turn was added to the circuit, the Panorama turn. Other security requirements were covered and because of that de Grote Prijs van Nederland was able to come back for a race on the 29th of June. There was almost no time to celebrate because during the 8th round of the race, Roger Williamson ran off the track. His car immediately caught fire and there were not enough extinguishing methods available. Racing driver David Purley stopped by the accident to help, but it wasn’t enough. The accident was fatal. The race was eventually won by Jacky Stewart. After some adjustments to the fire extinguishing material, the Formula 1 came back to Zandvoort in 1974. That year, Niki Lauda won the race. Other victories were by James Hunt, Mario Andretti, Alan Jones, and once again Lauda.
Nelson Piquet won the race in 1980. In the following years the victories went to Alain Prost (twice), Didier Pironi, and René Amoux. The last Formula 1 Grand Prix in the Netherlands was held on 25 August 1985. At the start were Twenty-six Formula 1 Cars, Niki Lauda eventually won the race. This is at the same time, Lauda’s last Formula 1 win. Prost comes in on the second place and the talented Ayrton Senna finishes third.
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