Limited crowd, but classic motorsport action as usual
The first entry lists are available now
The programme has been adapted and the number of tickets available per day is limited.
The series for prototypes and GTs that competed at Le Mans from 1995 to 2015 will visit Crcuit Zandvoort for the first time in 2020
With races for no less than twelve categories and spectacular demonstrations, the eighth running of the Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort in its current format was another great success.
BMW brings 3-Series, Z4 and BT54 to Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort.
With a very large number of competing cars, the Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort 2019 will also this year be a fantastic event!
When touring cars were still real touring cars.
Stuttgart brand bringing some very special cars to their Classic Village.
Huge entry gracing Historic Grand Prix programme.
Early Formula 1 machines return to Zandvoort as well.
The day Clark chased the sharknoses.
Spirit of Steve McQueen revived with FIA Masters Historic Sports Cars.
Celebrating Historic Formula 1 ahead of the return of the Grand Prix to Zandvoort.
This is truly a championship of large versus small – and between the old and the new world as well, as the V8s in the field are invariably from the United States while their nippy four-pot rivals all hail from European soil.
30 cars have already entered the 90-minute race, most notably the Ferrari 250 GTO/64 recreated by Roelofs Engineering.
Dutch championship for pre-66 GTs and touring cars is back with its own spot in the programme.
Bumper entry for Dutch championship for 1966-'81 GTs and touring cars
1952’s pioneering Dutch World Championship drivers Dries van der Lof (in the middle) and Jan Flinterman (right) honoured with dedicated programme slot.
In 2019, Zandvoort will once again be the only circuit in the world to host all four historic championships allowed to bear the official FIA name.
For three days, Circuit Zandvoort celebrated the history of motorsport and once again, the crowd could enjoy a packed programme with a lot of variety.
One of the day’s highlights was the first of two races for the FIA Historic Formula 3 European Cup, the competition for Formula 3 cars.
There were plenty of visitors, not only the spectator areas in the dunes and the grandstands, but also the paddock, all contributing to a great atmosphere. As a result, expectations are already running high for tomorrow with on-track activities starting at 9 am.
To mark the fifth anniversary of the Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort, an exhibition highlighting the history of BMW Group will take place from August 26 to September 27, 2016 at the Zandvoort Museum.
Race winners will be rewarded with Tudor Heritage Chrono.
Visitors needed three full days to enjoy everything Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort had to offer. In addition to the extensive programme of 19 races, various demonstrations entertained the audience.
The successful vehicles will be piloted by Dutch and international race celebrities with ‘BMW genes’.
Williams, McLaren, Lotus and Ligier Formula 1 racers will enjoy those who are interested in speed and roaring engines.
For those who would like to come by car, can park on ‘Parking Zuid’ and from there free shuttle busses will transport visitors to the race track.
All entry tickets will provide access to the paddock and therefore Porsche invites everyone to have a look in their village.
A feast for the eyes and ears with performances of BMW Classic and Formula 1 vehicles of Michael Schumacher and Damon Hill.
The Zandvoort circuit served as the venue for the Dutch Grand Prix 30 times.
Father’s Day: treat your father and yourself with the special Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort gift box
The Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort introduces the ideal gift for Father’s Day! Don’t look any further and treat your father and yourself with a weekend full of historic racing and demonstrations.
A special location on the event site will be turned into an open-air museum of cars built before 1986.
A day ticket costs just 20 euro and provides you access to the paddock at Circuit Park Zandvoort.
Last year David Brabham honoured his father Sir Jack Brabham, a two-time winner of the Dutch Grand Prix, with a demonstration in a classic Brabham Formula 1 car.
The Dutch National Championship for Historic Touring cars & GTs and the Dantuma NK GT & TC are expected to line up 57 cars each.
The Historic Grand Prix Parade will return in 2021
The organisation anticipates on a great public interest after almost 51.000 visitors made their way to Circuit Park Zandvoort in 2014