The Dutch Grand Prix will deliver a ‘truly unique’ experience for fans, insists former Dutch F1 driver Jan Lammers as it returns this weekend after 36 years off the schedule

The Dutch grand prix at Zandvoort this weekend promises to deliver a fast race on a unique track where organisers hope their innovations will make up for a possible lack of overtaking action. ‘This is a very fast track, the average speed will be very high’, former Formula One driver and Zandvoort native Jan Lammers said on the eve of the event. Many drivers are looking forward to hitting the curves but expressed doubts about the possibilities to overtake on the old-school track, which leaves little room for error. ‘It’s always a compromise between going for the fastest lap and focusing on the length of the race.

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