Netherlands 2024
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Race Weekend
Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix 2024
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Fri, 23 August, 10:30
Free Practice 1
Fri, 23 August, 14:00
Free Practice 2
Sat, 24 August, 09:30
Free Practice 3
Sat, 24 August, 13:00
Qualifying
Sun, 25 August, 13:00
Race
Welcome to the Circuit Zandvoort, located in the coastal town of Zandvoort, just west of Amsterdam, Netherlands, and host to the Dutch Grand Prix.
This historic track underwent significant upgrades before returning to the Formula 1 calendar in 2021 and blends traditional racing heritage with modern motorsport innovation.
Known for its banked corners and narrow track width, Zandvoort is a rollercoaster of a track that makes high-speed cornering the key to a fast lap.
Circuit Overview:
The Circuit Zandvoort is a 4.259 km (2.646 miles), 14-turn ribbon of asphalt that begins with two hairpins at Turn 1, Tarzanbocht, and the banked Turn 3, Hugenholtzbocht, that test car and driver like nowhere else in the season.
Sector 2's sweeping corners are high-speed and see the track widen for differing lines depending on driving style and car setup.
Turn 11 and 12 make up a slow-speed chicane for drivers to tackle before setting off into the final metres, including Turn 14's banking that even sees the rear wing DRS flap open midway through the corner.
Fast Facts
Circuit Name: Circuit Zandvoort
Location: Zandvoort
First Grand Prix: 1952
Circuit Length: 4.259 km (2.646 miles)
Race Distance: 306.587 km (190.504 miles)
Laps: 72
Lap Record: 1:11.097 (Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, 2021)
2024 Support Series: F1 Academy
Alex Albon Last Year
Race: P8
Fastest Lap: 1:14.468 (Lap 55)
Qualifying: P4 (1:11.419)
Tyre Strategy: Soft-Medium-Intermediate-Intermediate
Logan Sargeant Last Year
Race: DNF
Fastest Lap: 1:17.399 (Lap 13)
Qualifying: P10 (1:16.748)
Tyre Strategy: Soft
Williams Racing's Dutch GP History
Best Finish: P1 (Alan Jones, 1979)
Best Qualifying: P2 (Alan Jones, 1979)
Alex's Best Finish: P8 (2023)
Logan's Best Finish: P20 (2023)
Williams Racing Highlight: Alan’s 1979 victory was the fourth consecutive victory for Williams that season — and the fourth-ever win for Williams Racing. He finished over 20 seconds ahead of P2 and lapped every car that didn’t make the podium in a dominant display.
Netherlands At A Glance
Capital: Amsterdam
Population: 17.5 million
Size: 41,543 sq km
Language: Dutch
Currency: Euro (EUR)
Netherlands 2024
Race Weekend
Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix 2024
Times displayed in your local time zone.
Fri, 23 August, 10:30
Free Practice 1
Fri, 23 August, 14:00
Free Practice 2
Sat, 24 August, 09:30
Free Practice 3
Sat, 24 August, 13:00
Qualifying
Sun, 25 August, 13:00
Race
Welcome to the Circuit Zandvoort, located in the coastal town of Zandvoort, just west of Amsterdam, Netherlands, and host to the Dutch Grand Prix.
This historic track underwent significant upgrades before returning to the Formula 1 calendar in 2021 and blends traditional racing heritage with modern motorsport innovation.
Known for its banked corners and narrow track width, Zandvoort is a rollercoaster of a track that makes high-speed cornering the key to a fast lap.
Circuit Overview:
The Circuit Zandvoort is a 4.259 km (2.646 miles), 14-turn ribbon of asphalt that begins with two hairpins at Turn 1, Tarzanbocht, and the banked Turn 3, Hugenholtzbocht, that test car and driver like nowhere else in the season.
Sector 2's sweeping corners are high-speed and see the track widen for differing lines depending on driving style and car setup.
Turn 11 and 12 make up a slow-speed chicane for drivers to tackle before setting off into the final metres, including Turn 14's banking that even sees the rear wing DRS flap open midway through the corner.
Fast Facts
Circuit Name: Circuit Zandvoort
Location: Zandvoort
First Grand Prix: 1952
Circuit Length: 4.259 km (2.646 miles)
Race Distance: 306.587 km (190.504 miles)
Laps: 72
Lap Record: 1:11.097 (Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, 2021)
2024 Support Series: F1 Academy
Alex Albon Last Year
Race: P8
Fastest Lap: 1:14.468 (Lap 55)
Qualifying: P4 (1:11.419)
Tyre Strategy: Soft-Medium-Intermediate-Intermediate
Logan Sargeant Last Year
Race: DNF
Fastest Lap: 1:17.399 (Lap 13)
Qualifying: P10 (1:16.748)
Tyre Strategy: Soft
Williams Racing's Dutch GP History
Best Finish: P1 (Alan Jones, 1979)
Best Qualifying: P2 (Alan Jones, 1979)
Alex's Best Finish: P8 (2023)
Logan's Best Finish: P20 (2023)
Williams Racing Highlight: Alan’s 1979 victory was the fourth consecutive victory for Williams that season — and the fourth-ever win for Williams Racing. He finished over 20 seconds ahead of P2 and lapped every car that didn’t make the podium in a dominant display.
Netherlands At A Glance
Capital: Amsterdam
Population: 17.5 million
Size: 41,543 sq km
Language: Dutch
Currency: Euro (EUR)
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