The Dutch Grand Prix finally returns to Formula 1. Off the back of Max Verstappen’s great success with Red Bull Racing, the Flying Dutchman gets to repay his hordes of travelling fans with a home race at Zandvoort. The circuit last held a race in 1985, and returns to the sport with its iconic banked curves - a unique sight in F1. But it won’t just be the premier series getting to grips with the circuit; the W Series, Porsche Supercup and F3 will be getting to grips with Zandvoort to supply the support racing. In recent years, orange grandstands have been a regular sight at European races, as Verstappen’s Dutch army bring the party to support him at every race. Now, they get to create that buzz on their own turf. Expect flares, Eurobeats, and beer as the Orange Army push their man over the line. After the race, we’re sure there’ll be time to relax on the beach, or in the capital Amsterdam, which is just a half-hour away from the circuit. With its buzzing nightlife, combining a weekend away with the Dutch Grand Prix will prove to be a memorable trip.