This year's Formula 3 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix will be held in Zandvoort from September 5 to September 1. After 36 years, the Grand Prix is ​​finally back in the Netherlands, racing fans can indulge themselves. Actually, this Grand Prix was supposed to take place earlier in 2020, corona threw a spanner in the works and this was cancelled. This event attracts worldwide interest and during these days many people will travel to Zandvoort, both by train and by car. The NS expects tens of thousands of travelers every day who want to come to the circuit by train. The Dutch Railways is responding well to this, they will deploy a train between Amsterdam Central and Zandvoort aan Zee at most every five minutes during this event.

"The F1 Dutch Grand Prix is ​​a world-class event on Dutch soil and we are tackling this in a big way. This is a unique situation for NS. Bringing as many race fans as possible to Zandvoort on these days in a sustainable way is our social task. . This is how we want to contribute to the success of this mega event".

Tjalling Smit, member of the Board of the NS.

The Zandvoort circuit is within walking distance of the station and is therefore an ideal alternative to the car for racing fans. The trains run in both directions from 7:00 and stop at all stations between Amsterdam Central and Zandvoort aan Zee, except at Overveen station. There are a maximum of 12 trains per hour in both directions for as long as necessary. In addition to the extra trains, there will also be extra NS- Staff deployed to make sure everything runs smoothly. People who want to come to the Dutch Grand Prix by car should check the parking options on the event website in advance.

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