The Dutch Grand Prix has been absent from the Formula 1 calendar since Niki Lauda resisted team mate Alain Prost to score his final win by two-tenths of a second at Zandvoort in 1985.
The choice of venues for a future Dutch Grand Prix now appears to be between two long-standing circuits with very different heritages: Zandvoort, the only Dutch track to have played host to F1, and Assen, which is synonymous with motorbike racing.
A Dutch Grand Prix is a great idea for all parties to capitalise on the massive, and growing popularity of F1 in the Netherlands.
Which track should host the Dutch Grand Prix?
Check out the video summary of all three races at Zandvoort.