The Grand Prix of the Netherlands is on the program this weekend. Then the normally quiet seaside resort in North Holland will be transformed into one large circuit. There is a lot of planning involved, as you can see from the video below.
In Zandvoort, home hero Max Verstappen can equal a record. In 2013, former driver Sebastian Vettel won nine races in a row and since then no driver has ever come close to that record. So far, because Verstappen has currently won eight races in a row and there is a good chance that a ninth victory in a row will be added next Sunday.
Furthermore, Red Bull can also set a new record. The Austrian formation already holds the record for the most consecutive races in one season, but can always improve that record. With a win by Verstappen or Sergio Pérez at Zandvoort, Red Bull has won thirteen races in a row in one season (fourteen if the Abu Dhabi GP in 2022 is also included).
Watch the video of the work on the Zandvoort circuit below: