The Grand Prix in Zandvoort can continue at the beginning of September with the stands two-thirds full.

The

NOS

reports this

on Thursday based on sources from The Hague.

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The cabinet is expected to give the green light on Friday for the Grand Prix to continue.

"Although it is a multi-day event, there are no overnight stays at the location and there are fixed seats in the outdoor stands,"

NOS

writes

.

For example, according to the current corona measures, 66 percent of the stadiums are also filled in professional football.

As with the Grand Prix, visitors must use a QR code to demonstrate that they have been vaccinated, tested negative or have recently recovered from a corona infection.

The decision will return Formula 1 to the Netherlands after an absence of 36 years.

That was actually supposed to happen last year in May, but due to the corona virus, the race on the specially renovated race track had to be postponed.

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Circuit Zandvoort almost ready for Dutch GP

Verstappen competes with Hamilton for world title

Earlier on Thursday, the Zandvoort circuit won a lawsuit filed by nature and environmental organizations over construction work.

The GP of the Netherlands will be held on September 5.

Max Verstappen is engaged in an exciting battle with Lewis Hamilton, the seven-time world champion is eight points ahead of the Limburger.

See also: View the World Cup standings with Verstappen behind Hamilton

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