The Dutch GP is set to have full crowd attendance in September following the Government's announcement that all restrictions will be lifted from June 30. Up to 105,000 spectators will be able to attend the Zandvoort Circuit, as the Dutch GP makes its return to the F1 calendar for the first time since 1985.
Fans must provide proof of a vaccine certificate or a negative coronavirus test with their ticket at the Zandvoort gates with social distancing no longer necessary from the end of June.
"It's great news that after 30 June everything is allowed again, especially for the entire event sector", Zandvoort circuit director Robert van Overdijk told RacingNews365.com. "However, the way we prepare towards the weekend of 3 to 5 September, nothing changes.
"We have always said that we started our preparations for a full house and we never stopped doing that. We have said from the beginning that an event at one and a half meters is not possible at all.
"We have never prepared for another scenario and the confirmation [of no restrictions' that this applies to all events after 30 June is fantastic news for the entire sector."