Dutch Grand Prix secures F1 contract extension

Max Verstappen of Red Bull Racing crosses the finish line to win the 2022 Dutch Grand Prix (by ANP via Getty Images)

Formula 1 has agreed a two-year contract extension that will see the motor-racing series’ Dutch Grand Prix continue in Zandvoort until 2025.

The new deal announced today (Thursday) follows two sold-out grand prix weekends since the venue returned to the F1 calendar in 2021. With the 2023 Dutch Grand Prix on August 25-27 already sold out, the new agreement sees 2024 and 2025 added to the initial three-year deal with F1.

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