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Environmental group wants Dutch GP permit revoked

Dutch group Mobilisation for the Environment is calling for the F1 race in Zandvoort to have its permit revoked due to environmental damage. The Dutch Grand Prix returned to the calendar in 2021 and proved to be a hugely popular event, with the tickets selling out and the atmosphere widely praised. Not everyone is a fan of the event though, with some environmental groups believing the emissions released are harming the sand dunes where the circuit is located. MOB have taken the matter to court and Valentijn Wösten, a legal advisor, feels the licence for the event being revoked should be the outcome. ‘The legal requirement for permits is that there should be no uncertainty about...
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