GrandPrix Zandvoort – The History of the Dutch Formula One Grand Prix 1948-1985
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GRAND PRIX ZANDVOORT bundles the fascinating history of the Dutch Grand Prix that was held on the circuit of Zandvoort from 1948 to 1985, and which counted towards the Formula 1 World Championship thirty times.
Twisting and turning through the dunes along the coast of the North Sea, the sloping Zandvoort track guaranteed great racing against a unique backdrop.
Featuring more than 700 photographs as well as an 80-minute documentary film starring drivers such as Sir Stirling Moss, Jacky Ickx, Jan Lammers, Rene Arnoux and Gijs van Lennep, GRAND PRIX ZANDVOORT captures the triumphs and tragedies of a Formula 1 classic. And because the Dutch Grand Prix was run throughout the first four decades of the Formula 1 World Championship, this tale also tells the story of how a sport was turned into a phenomenal television show for which the picturesque circuit of Zandvoort ultimately became too small a stage.