We’re Getting a Dutch Grand Prix but F1 Drivers Think It Could Be a Total Parade

The Formula One Dutch Grand Prix is back next year for the first time in more than three decades, at the same track it last ran at in 1985—Circuit Zandvoort, along the Netherlands’ North Sea coast. But nice scenery and triumphant return to a historic track aside, some drivers think it’ll be rather uneventful to watch.

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Author: Alanis King

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