HIGHLIGHTS: See the first F1 running at the revamped Zandvoort track from FP1


Niki Lauda was the last Formula 1 winner at Zandvoort, way back in 1985, but this weekend we will have a new victorious driver at the Dutch Grand Prix as F1 returns to a revamped version of the circuit for the first time in 36 years.

And the drivers got their first taste of the track – banked corners and all – in the opening practice session on Friday morning, though the session was cut short after a long red flag period when Sebastian Vettel stopped on track with a failure on his Aston Martin AMR21.

FP1 REPORT: Hamilton beats Verstappen in shortened first practice as F1 returns to Zandvoort

Once running got back under way, Lewis Hamilton kicked off his race weekend by going quickest, ahead of home hero Max Verstappen. Hit play on the video above to see the first F1 session at the updated Zandvoort track.


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