Historic race cars invade Zandvoort

Story by Ultimatecarpage.com. Zandvoort was the host of the Dutch Grand Prix between 1952 and 1985. Built in the dunes on the North Sea coast, the undulating and challenging track was a true driver's circuit. Efforts to modernize the venue during the 1980s faltered, in large part due to noise restriction issues, and the track lost not only the annual visit of the F1 circus but also...
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