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The Circuit Park Zandvoort is famous for its unique ambience: The circuit winds its way through the sand dunes lining the beaches to the north of the Dutch resort of Zandvoort. The circuit, originally opened in 1948, staged 30 world championship Formula 1 rounds between 1952 and 1985.
The first two grands prix races hosted by the roller-coaster course beside the North Sea were won Alberto Ascari with a Ferrari, with Niki Lauda (McLaren) taking the last of his three victories here in 1985. The most prolific winner of the Dutch Grand Prix was Jim Clark, who took four wins in the sixties.