Zandvoort circuit is situated just outside the busy town of Zandvoort in the Netherlands, a stones throw away from the beach. The track dates back to the late 1940′s, opening in 1948. From 1949 until 1985 the circuit held 30 Formula 1 races, until the owners went bankrupt and the event non longer took place. The circuit then fell into disrepair, and only the short layout was used until in 1995 when the redevelopment began. This was finished in 2001 and it’s the layout that we know today. Regarded as a real drivers circuit, it’s home to the legendary Tarzan corner. Once the racing is over, you’ve got the perfect location to relax; 55 bars and a 9KM long beach can be found as soon as you leave the track.