Dutch Grand Prix - Betting Odds, Event Details, History and Records

Date: 2024.08.23 - 2024.08.25
Contest: F1
Location: Circuit Park Zandvoort, Netherlands

The Dutch Grand Prix is a Formula One championship race that has been held in the Netherlands, with the first race taking place in 1952.

In photo:  The Netherlands driver Max Verstappen has won the event twice.  Bet on the Dutch Grand Prix.Circuit:

The Zandvoort circuit is known for its fast, sweeping corners and challenging layout. Its proximity to the sea means that sand often blows onto the track, adding an extra layer of complexity for the teams and drivers. The track layout was revised and modernized ahead of its return to the F1 calendar in 2020.

2023 Champion:

On a heavy rainfall day in the Netherlands, Max Verstappen won the Dutch Grand Prix for the 3rd time in a row, winning his 9th race in a row this season. He truly is the King of the event and in the form of his life.

Fernando Alonso came in second, while Pierre Gasly took third place. Sergio Perez finished fourth.

The race took place on August 27th, 2023.

Betting Odds:

Max Verstappen was a huge favourite to win the 2023 event on his home turf and in front of his fans. This is what the odds looked like prior to the event start:

Source: Bet365
Time Stamp: August 23rd, 2023 5:29 pm EST
Odds Subject to Change

Max Verstappen -400
Sergio Perez +900
Lando Norris +1400
Lewis Hamilton +1400
Chales Leclerc +2200
Oscar Piastri +2800

The odds for the 2024 Dutch Grand Prix will be posted closer to the event date.


The Dutch Grand Prix has had an on-and-off presence in the Formula One calendar. Historically, it was mainly held at the Circuit Park Zandvoort, located near the North Sea coastline in the town of Zandvoort. The race was a regular fixture between the 1950s and the mid-1980s, but it disappeared from the calendar after the 1985 edition.

Notable Moments:

Over the years, the Dutch Grand Prix has seen some iconic moments. One of the most memorable is the 1973 event when a major crash involving Roger Williamson led to his tragic death. The accident spurred significant safety reforms in the sport.

Winners of the Past:

Jim Clark - The legendary British driver won four times at Zandvoort (1963, 1964, 1965, and 1967). His smooth driving style was well-suited to the fast, flowing nature of the circuit.

Sir Jackie Stewart - Another British icon, Stewart won the Dutch Grand Prix three times, with victories in 1968, 1969, and 1973.

Niki Lauda - The Austrian three-time world champion won three times at Zandvoort, once in 1974 for Ferrari and then in 1977 again for Ferrari, and finally in 1985 for McLaren.


With the rise of Max Verstappen as one of the sport's top drivers, the enthusiasm for Formula One in the Netherlands has surged. The return of the Dutch Grand Prix was met with immense excitement, with orange-clad fans (reflecting Verstappen's national colors) turning up in large numbers.

The event's atmosphere, combined with the competitive nature of modern F1 racing, has made it a highlight of the season.


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