Zandvoort circuit sits near the North Sea coastline of the Netherlands. Since it's inception in the early 30s Zandvoort had many issues firstly during WWII and then in the late 80s where it was closed due to noise issues and financial difficulties. The track now used is a brand new 2.7 mile long International GP circuit that was completed in 2001. The circuit is popular among both car and bike rack day enthusiasts due to its fast flowing corners such as the Tarzanbocht which was named after a local vegetable farmer who insisted the circuit name a corner after him if he was to part with his land that the developers required when building the new track. Over the years the circuit has been modified several times with its now current layout sitting at 13 corners over the 2.7-mile circuit.
Below you will find the calendar for bike and car track days that are held at Zandvoort. These events can be booked online or over the phone.
Zandvoort hosts a real diverse range of events over the course of the year, with the first event being held in February and the final event being in November. Below is a list of the most popular events that are held at the Zandvoort Race Circuit.