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Zandvoort ready for thousands of Formula 1 fans

NL Times 04 September, 2021 - 02:40pm

Formula 1 fans will mainly go to the coastal town by bicycle or public transport. Cars won't be able to enter Zandvoort, parking is only possible in parking lots in surrounding towns. Most of the visitors will drive to one of the 'Park & Bikes', from where they can cycle the last part to Zandvoort.

Most visitors who choose public transport will take the train. The NS expanded the timetable to Zandvoort station considerably, running 12 trains per hour, good for 10,000 passengers per hour. About 300 extra NS employees were deployed to help passengers quickly find their way to the circuit and to promote traffic flow. For visitors who come by bus, a special bus line 33 will run from Haarlem station to a stop at the boulevard of Bloemendaal aan Zee.

The flow of race fans going to Zandvoort by train was getting underway on Friday morning. According to a spokesperson for NS, things were looking well. "The timetable started well.

Twelve trains per hour started running to Zandvoort and back again at 7:30 a.m. "We see that it works well. All people are still fitting well in the trains. The waiting time is minimal," said the spokesperson. The NS expects it to get more crowded soon.

NS expects to bring an average of 23,000 people a day to Zandvoort, and an approximately equal number back later in the day. From the station it is about a ten to fifteen minute walk to the circuit.

Zandvoort ready for thousands of Formula 1 fans

pitpass.com 04 September, 2021 - 02:40pm

Formula 1 fans will mainly go to the coastal town by bicycle or public transport. Cars won't be able to enter Zandvoort, parking is only possible in parking lots in surrounding towns. Most of the visitors will drive to one of the 'Park & Bikes', from where they can cycle the last part to Zandvoort.

Most visitors who choose public transport will take the train. The NS expanded the timetable to Zandvoort station considerably, running 12 trains per hour, good for 10,000 passengers per hour. About 300 extra NS employees were deployed to help passengers quickly find their way to the circuit and to promote traffic flow. For visitors who come by bus, a special bus line 33 will run from Haarlem station to a stop at the boulevard of Bloemendaal aan Zee.

The flow of race fans going to Zandvoort by train was getting underway on Friday morning. According to a spokesperson for NS, things were looking well. "The timetable started well.

Twelve trains per hour started running to Zandvoort and back again at 7:30 a.m. "We see that it works well. All people are still fitting well in the trains. The waiting time is minimal," said the spokesperson. The NS expects it to get more crowded soon.

NS expects to bring an average of 23,000 people a day to Zandvoort, and an approximately equal number back later in the day. From the station it is about a ten to fifteen minute walk to the circuit.

Aston Martin made a bid to surprise in 2022

GPblog 04 September, 2021 - 08:21am

According to Auto, Motor und Sport, the formation made an attempt to add Fernando Alonso to the team. The Spaniard has been racing in Formula 1 again since this year and is performing excellently at Alpine. The plan was to further strengthen the Aston Martin team with Alonso, but the Spaniard politely declined the offer.

Therefore, it seems that Aston Martin will continue with Sebastian Vettel next season. "We have a one-plus-one contract," team boss Otmar Szafnauer told the medium. "In it, there are certain dates by which we have to make a decision. But the deadline has not been reached yet. There is a timeframe in which we want to meet. That's not far off. We love Sebastian and he loves us. Now we have to talk about how we will move forward next year."

Alonso has scored 38 points for Alpine so far this season, leaving him four points short of Esteban Ocon. Vettel is in twelfth place with 35 points gained.

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