Circuit Zandvoort, Netherlands
At a length of 4.3 kilometres, it ranks among the shorter circuits on the F1 calendar: hardly anywhere else, drivers zoom past the race fans that often! Here, you won’t find seemingly endless asphalt-covered run-areas, only merciless gravel beds. Drivers pay the price for even the tiniest mistake made on the track. The highly challenging circuit features 14 corners and will be fully upgraded to meet the highest standard whilst maintaining the unique character that makes Circuit Zandvoort stand out.
This track has not hosted the F1 GP since 1985.
Ferrari have not podium here since 1983 where they came in 1st with René Arnouxand and 2nd with Patrick Tambay.