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'Dutch Grand Prix to get green light with two-thirds capacity'

The 2021 Dutch Grand Prix will be permitted to go ahead with two-thirds of capacity, according to reports in the country.

The return of the Dutch Grand Prix will be confirmed on Friday by the government in the Netherlands, according to reports. An expected capacity of 67 percent is set to get the green light too as Zandvoort returns to the Formula 1 calendar for the first time since 1985. No overnight stays will be allowed whilst access requirements will likely apply, through a COVID-19 vaccination certificate or a recent negative corona test. The Dutch Grand Prix will be the second event after F1's summer break on September 3-5, with Max Verstappen currently in a fierce title fight against Lewis Hamilton that is set to continue in the second half of the season.

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