F1 Race in Zandvoort 2021

Max Verstappen qualified in the Pole for his home GP!

Red Bull Racing - Max Verstappen - Qualifying - The Netherlands GP 2021
Red Bull Racing - Max Verstappen - Qualifying - The Netherlands GP 2021

"It feels great to be on pole position and of course it makes it even more satisfying when it’s at one of your home races." ~ Max Verstappen


F1 is in Zandvoort


Formula-1 is in Zandvoort for today's Grand Prix, the last time there was a race in the Netherlands, it was in 1985, when Niki Lauda won it.



What to expect from the Dutch GP 2021?


Verstappen will start in the pole with Lewis Hamilton just behind him with his Mercedes, the British driver did a good job and will not let the Dutch driver escape easily, so the championship battle is still on.

In the third position will start Bottas, just ahead of the Pierre Gasly, who did an excellent Qualifying with his Alpha Tauri, staying ahead of the two Ferraris of Charles Leclerc in fifth and Carlos Sainz in sixth.

Giovinazzi was the biggest surprise of the day, putting his Alpha Romeo in the seventh position of the grid, the Italian driver had his contract renewed and he is showing why that was done. In eighth will start Esteban Ocon, just ahead of Fernando Alonso in ninth and Daniel Ricciardo in tenth, those are the top 10 for the starting grid today.

The practices and qualifying were full of red flags, so it has high possibility for us to see red flags during the race and also the entrance of the safety car, but in general, it should be a fast race with intense work to be done by the drivers.

Max will be running his home GP, but will not be easy, Hamilton might be behind him all the time.


We hope to see a good race in the Netherlands, please, see the highlight for the Qualifying on the link below.


The Netherlands Qualifying 2021 Highlights


2021 Dutch Grand Prix, Saturday – Steve Etherington for Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix Ltd.
2021 Dutch Grand Prix, Saturday – Steve Etherington for Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix Ltd.

Schedule for the Grand Prix


Race will light out today, September 5th, 2021 at 3:00 pm local time, 10:00am Brasilia time or 03:00pm Rome and Amsterdam time, or 02:00pm London time, or 09:00pm Taipei time. Let us watch the race in the Netherlands!

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