In 2017, county officers in Amsterdam and also Rotterdam have stated there’s very little desire for their urban centers to host a street race Dutch Grand Prix . Commercial boss for F1, Sean Bratches visited Netherlands to speak about the probability of initiating a street race within the major citires of the country.
There had been no update if this idea had commenced or pushed through. Nonetheless, if it did, the obvious participants would have been the citizens of Amsterdam and Rotterdam. And when this happens, there will surely be medical pigmentation issues for many participants but it could have been fun for all.
Motorsport had been informed though that there were no formalities binding F1 and the cities. They have added that they are not really looking forward to these types of events on the streets. A spokesperson has pointed out that if the cities would have hosted events like this, it wouldn’t happen in the streets of the city but definitely on the circuits.
The official remark supported a press release coming from Eric van der Burg in Twitter. He manages athletics matters inside the city and county management of Amsterdam. With the probability of a motorsport competition within the streets of the Dutch capital, this will have to happen outside the city capital.
City Racing In Rotterdam 2005 – 2014
Rotterdam previously has its own encounter with F1 vehicles, experiencing to host the City Racing functions in the years 2005 to 2014. The very last Dutch Grand Prix occurred at Zandvoort in the year 1985, with Niki Lauda successfully topping the big event. Zandvoort is now executing a feasibility analysis to verify if an F1 come back is achievable.
So far, Google has not provided an update on this said event. But with its developments, there will surely be a word about it soon. So motorsport fans can stand by for the next events.