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Verstappen’s Orange Army ready to party at Zandvoort


Verstappen’s Orange Army ready to party at Zandvoort

The last Dutch Grand Prix was held back in 1985, won by Niki Lauda in a McLaren

Alan Baldwin

Formula One needs to put on a show for the fans after a farcical “race” in Belgium and it will not take long for Dutch fans and Max Verstappen’s Orange Army to get the party started at Zandvoort on Sunday.

Tickets for the first Dutch Grand Prix in 36 years have been snapped up in the rush to see Red Bull’s exciting young title contender race for the first time on home soil as a Formula One driver.

The race’s return was postponed last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic but is going ahead this time with about 70,000 daily spectators sure to make their voices heard...

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