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Second GP in the Netherlands? "One country can organise two races"

When it was announced that Formula 1 wanted to return to the Netherlands there were two circuits in the running for that coveted spot on the calendar; Zandvoort and Assen. Eventually the circuit at Zandvoort drew the longest straw, but in Drenthe they don't give up so easily. Second Grand Prix in Assen The Dutch Grand Prix Foundation, the foundation that was created by the TT Assen to bring Formula 1 to Assen at the time, wants to organize a second Grand Prix in the Netherlands at TT Circuit Assen in 2023. Daily newspaper of the North. Jos Vaessen, former chairman of TT Circuit Assen and now chairman of The Dutch Grand Prix Foundation is totally in favour of it. "One country can...
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