F1 2020 Track Guide – Circuit Zandvoort
In the latest Codemasters F1 2020 track guide, we jump into Max Verstappen’s Red Bull RB16 for a tutorial lap around the recently revamped Dutch GP circuit.
Circuit Park Zandvoort is a motorsport race track located in the dunes north of the town of Zandvoort, in the Netherlands, near the North Sea coastline. The track was first used on August 7, 1948, and hosted the first Dutch Grand Prix. The first real Formula One race counting for the World Championship was held in 1955. The last Dutch Formula 1 Grand Prix was raced in 1985 and won by Niki Lauda.
In recent years, Circuit Park Zandvoort hosted a vast amount of national and international race series such as the German DTM, FIA European Formula 3 Championship, Blancpain Sprint Series, and ADAC GT Masters. In 2017 the track was renamed from Circuit Park Zandvoort to Circuit Zandvoort.
With the popularity of Red Bull driver Max Verstappen, Dutch racing fans were hoping once more for the return of F1 to the Netherlands. That dream has now become a reality as the Dutch Formula One venue was confirmed as part of the 2020 Grand Prix season calendar. However, due to the current pandemic situation, the Dutch GP at Zandvoort is now postponed to 2021.
The F1 2020 Seventy Edition game by Codemasters is available for the PlayStation4, Xbox One & Xbox One X, Windows PC (DVD and Steam), and Google Stadia. The digital download PC versions of F1 2020 are available via Steam. The F1 2020 Seventy Edition can be purchased for 54,99€, while the F1 2020 Deluxe Schumacher Edition has a 69,99€ pricetag.
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