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Dutch GP needs ‘help' if spectators limited

Apr.14 Zandvoort will need 'help' if spectators are locked out of the circuit for September's Dutch GP. It emerged a week ago that 12,000 spectators will be allowed at Euro 2020 football games at the Johan Cruijff Arena later this year – representing 25 percent capacity. If that same metric is used by the Dutch authorities for The Netherlands' Formula 1 race, that would mean about 25,000 spectators at Zandvoort. However, Algemeen Dagblad newspaper says that would make the race financially unviable for the promoter. 'This question has not been asked of us in that way,' Zandvoort circuit boss Robert van Overdijk said. 'But it's also because we have always been very clear in our...
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