Today the long wait will finally be: the Dutch Grand Prix is on the agenda. It is the fifteenth race of the season, and the second Dutch Grand Prix in two years. What time do the lights in Zandvoort go out on Sunday?
Verstappen dominated last year’s race in Zandvoort, as he had already achieved pole position the day before. This year he returned to pole position, with Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz in P2 and P3. The Dutchman hopes to repeat his piece of art from last season. This would mean that he wins the race and increases his goal in the championship.
Verstappen’s race against teammate Sergio Perez is currently already 93 points, which means that Verstappen is already on his way to the races in Japan, United States and Mexico. Leclerc is still a bit behind Perez and will be keen to attack Verstappen from P2 to close the gap.
What time does the race in Zandvoort start exactly? 3:00 p.m. Formula 3 (8:45 am – 9:35 am), Formula 2 (10:20 am – 11:25 am) and Porsche Supercup (12:05 am – 12:40 pm) will also race. In addition to Viaplay and F1 TV, the race can also be seen live on the NOS. So a lot of action on the track for the fans who are at the tracks as well as the fans who watch from home.