Tickets – 2020 Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort

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Tickets for the return of the Dutch Grand Prix in 2020 were offered by a heavily oversubscribed ballot and have sold out. But all is not lost if you want to join the Oranje Army at Circuit Zandvoort on May 1-3, 2020.

A reported 1m people applied for just 100,000 tickets to the Dutch Grand Prix, meaning the vast majority of applicants have missed out for the first race at Zandvoort in 35 years. Applications are now open for the last release of tickets on the Dutch GP website. A platform for fans to safely re-sell their tickets is also expected to be opened soon.

2020 Dutch Grand Prix Tickets

Three-day tickets for the 2020 Dutch Grand Prix were priced from €185 for General Admission up to €510 for Gold Grandstands. Day tickets for Friday, Saturday and Sunday were also available. View the full price list here. The seating map is below. As the majority of grandstands at Circuit Zandvoort will be new for the Dutch Grand Prix, we will wait until after next year’s race before providing detailed advice on the best places to sit at Circuit Zandvoort.

Official Ticket Packages from F1 Experiences

F1 Experiences offers a range of ticket packages for the Dutch Grand Prix. The cheapest “Fan Experience Packages” that include a weekend grandstand seat and access to exclusive trackside activities, are currently sold out – but more packages may become available. Two-day access to the Champions Club ($2299 USD) is available. Access to this premium hospitality suite on the final banked turn at Circuit Zandvoort includes meals and an open bar plus a guided tour of the F1 Paddock and a guest appearance by an F1 legend or current driver. Premier Ticket Packages are also available. Priced at $2499, you’ll get access to the Formula 1 Paddock Club on Friday and a weekend seat in the Pit Grandstand, plus access to activities at the track on Thursday. F1 Experiences also offers access to the high-end Formula 1 Paddock Club at the 2020 Dutch Grand Prix.

Learn More about Circuit Zandvoort

We went to Circuit Zandvoort for the Historic Grand Prix this September, before the start of major construction works for the 2020 Dutch Grand Prix. It was cold and raining, but we discovered an old-school F1 circuit with excellent spectating next to a lovely seaside town. Zandvoort will look very when F1 arrives in early May 2020 and question marks remain over the circuit’s ability to host more than 100,000 fans on race day, but all will be forgotten if Max Verstappen can take victory at home!

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Andrew Balfour is the Founder and Editor of F1Destinations.com. He originally hails from Adelaide, where he went to his first F1 race way back in 1987. He's been resident in Europe for almost 15 years and travels regularly to F1 races around the world.

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