The Dutch Grand Prix Formula One is a car race conducted at Circuit Zandvoort, North-Holland, Netherlands, from 1948 to 1985 and set to take place on 3,4 and 5th September 2021. Dutch Grand Prix used to be a part of the 1952 World Championship and twice was known as the European Grand Prix, 1962 and 1976 when this term was an honorary position granted each year to a single European Grand Prix event.
Zandvoort is a coastal town in the Netherlands. Due to its long, sandy beach on the North Sea, the town is a popular seaside resort. To the north is Bloemendaal aan Zee, a smaller seaside resort. Zandvoort includes the southern part of the Zuid-Kennemerland National Park. The broad park contains coastal dunes, paths, and the Kennemerduinen Visitor Center (Bezoekerscentrum), based on a 7th-century estate.
MOBIAN offers the solution; Park & Bike. Park your car in one of the available parking spaces and cycle to the circuit from there. You can easily reserve the parking space and the desired number of bicycles, via the MOBIAN bookingtool, located on this page.
With the bike, you are super mobile and you can easily move around in Zandvoort. You are free to go wherever you want! With this sustainable solution, you help to control the influx to Zandvoort caused by all the busses and trains. Check the bookingstool for more information on prices and availability.
Parking Dutch GP formula 1
Circuit Zandvoort's activity area has a variety of parking spaces that can accommodate a couple of thousand cars. Guests will leave their car at one of these locations for a fee on at most times. You should follow signs for Parking B / C unless otherwise specified. If no more parking spaces are open at Circuit Zandvoort for Dutch Grand Prix, tourists can always go to the Zandvoort Municipal Parking Circuit.
You can consider these parking services on Barnaart Boulevard (near the beach), Fauvageolein, and De Zuid Parking. In some situations, you may have a changed parking guideline. Zandvoort Municipality usually provides a fixed fee during the year, so you can make the most of it, particularly at times of major events when parking is jam-packed, such as the Dutch Grand Prix.
You can park your car at the Barnaart Boulevard
Parking at Fauvageolein will cost you €0.50 for 1 hour, €2.50 for 5 hours, and free from 20:00-10:00. Its open 24 hours from Monday to Sunday. It has 125 parking spaces where you can park your cars.
De Zuid Parking
You can park your car at De Zuid Parking for €0.50 for 1 hour, €2.50 for 5 hours and 24 hours for €5. Its open 24 hours from Monday to Sunday. Moreover, it has 500 parking spaces.
Free Parking Formula 1 Zandvoort
You can park at the Zandvoort Circuit free of charge for 15-20 minutes.
Disabled Visitors Parking Formula 1 Zandvoort
At Parking A, behind Main Grandstand, Zandvoort Circuit has a variety of limited car parking areas. A Blue European Disability tag must be shown in your car to park in any parking place. For the Jumbo Racing Events, such as the Historic Grand Prix, you need to make a new booking.
If you have any difficulties parking at the place, please find your way to the main reception so that the management of Zandvoort can deal with your problem. The clamping / towing of the vehicle may be in operation, so please ensure that you show the correct passes. In the case of not so big events, blue badge owners will park on the Circuit in the designated handicapped car parks and at very small club conventions in the restricted viewing grounds.