The Formula 1 returns for the Dutch Grand Prix 27 after a nearly month-long break. There will be 10 more Grand Prix events this year before the Formula One season concludes. Red Bull Racing has dominated F1 thus far, with Max Verstappen winning nine out of the eleven races (and Sergio Perez winning the other two) for the team. Over halfway of the season has passed, therefore the squad may as well consider themselves champions. Elsewhere, Aston Martin, Mercedes, Ferrari, and McLaren will all be competing for the last podium slots. As Alpine goes into the Dutch GP without a team principal or sports director after firing Otmar Szafnauer and Alan Permane in the wake of the Belgian GP, the emphasis is on Pierre Gasly and Esteban Ocon to restore good spirits.
F1 Dutch Grand Prix 2023: Official Schedule
Friday, August 25
Dutch GP FP1 - 04:00 - 05:00 pm
Dutch GP FP2 - 07:30 - 08:30 pm
Saturday, August 26
Dutch GP FP3 - 03:00 - 04:00 pm
Qualifying - 06:30 - 07:30 pm
Sunday, August 07
Dutch GP Race - 06:30 pm
F1 Dutch Grand Prix 2023: Where to Watch in India
The forthcoming 2023 Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix is scheduled to be shown in actual time across numerous global streaming networks. If you reside in a nation that has access to F1TV Pro, you can watch the races from many perspectives, including a view within the car of your favourite driver, a piece of statistical information, and a real-time visual of the circuit.
Subscribers of SkySports receive access to content of similar kinds. Due to the termination of F1's television streaming rights in some nations, such as the United Kingdom and India, viewers in these countries may only access race coverage via subscribing to an online streaming platform. The Formula 1 app enables fans to easily track the action via the provision of real-time timing information.
F1 Dutch Grand Prix 2023: Interesting Fact about Zandvoort Circuit
As part of the post-war surge of racing fervour that swept over Europe, Zandvoort, like Silverstone, opened its doors for motor racing in 1948. The Dutch Automobile Racing Club, who conceived of the circuit, consulted 1927 Le Mans winner Sammy Davis on the design of the original 4.2km track, which consisted of a combination of permanent track and public roads winding within the dune landscape of the Zandvoort resort town.
The Zandvoort circuit winds and curves across the sand dunes, giving each lap an exciting, dizzying sense of motion. Even after extensive renovations in preparation for Formula 1's most recent comeback, with the renowned Tarzan curve now banking at an astounding 18 degrees (higher than even Indianapolis Motor Speedway), Zandvoort is still a true, tough drivers' course. When the Formula 1 cars return to the 4.25km long Zandvoort circuit on Sunday, it will be exciting to see them compete for 72 laps.