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Dutch Grand Prix: Zandvoort set to return to the calendar for 2020

Niki Lauda was the last Dutch Grand Prix winner in 1985, but Dutch driver Max Verstappen has attracted huge numbers of fans filling the grandstands at grands prix



The Dutch Grand Prix is set to return in 2020 after an absence of 35 years.

Confirmation of the return of the historic Zandvoort circuit, which last hosted the race in 1985, is expected on Tuesday.

Read more: Dutch Grand Prix: Zandvoort set to return to the calendar for 2020


Brazilian Grand Prix to be in Rio de Janeiro from 2020, says President Bolsonaro

Sao Paulo's Interlagos track has hosted the Brazilian Grand Prix since 1990



The Brazilian Grand Prix will be held in Rio de Janeiro next year, the country's president has said.

Sao Paulo's Interlagos track has hosted the race since 1990 but President Jair Bolsonaro said that a new circuit would be built in Rio to take over from 2020.

Read more: Brazilian Grand Prix to be in Rio de Janeiro from 2020, says President Bolsonaro


Silverstone to be resurfaced again before July's British Grand Prix

The 2018 MotoGP British Grand Prix was called off last August because of heavy rain and standing water



Silverstone will be resurfaced for the second time in two years before Formula 1's British Grand Prix on 14 July.

It comes after criticism of last year's new track from F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton and MotoGP organisers, who cancelled their British Grand Prix because of pools of water on the track.

Read more: Silverstone to be resurfaced again before July's British Grand Prix


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