One more hurdle for Dutch GP at Zandvoort

Dutch GP organisers still have a hurdle to clear before the F1 engines fire up at Zandvoort next weekend. On the face of it, the event has been given the green light, with the government limiting the crowd to 66 percent capacity – a crowd of 70,000 per day. Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte, however, has warned that the Zandvoort crowd must be vigilant about staying in their grandstand seats to limit the spread of covid. So when asked if he sees any more obstacles in the way of the Dutch GP next weekend, the former F1 driver smiled: “I don’t see any bears, but one can always jump out of the forest”.

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