The Dutch Grand Prix in Zandvoort, one of the most exciting events on the Formula 1 calendar, restarts its engines in 2023 to offer a race that promises to be memorable. Located on an idyllic Dutch beach, this circuit is a mix of hairpin turns, hills and high-speed straights,
Max Verstappen, who has been dominating the season, is looking to defend his home turf, bolstered by his recent crushing victory at the Belgian GP at Spa-Francorchamps. With 314 points and 10 wins to his credit, Verstappen seems to be at an unreachable level, even for his own teammate Sergio 'Checo' Pérez, who trails him with 189 points.
Below the energy drink squad is an intense showdown for third place in the leaderboard between two F1 legends in Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso. With 148 and 149 points respectively, each of these riders is on the verge of consolidating or losing their place on the world podium. While Alonso and his Aston Martin look to return to prominence, Hamilton and his Mercedes are putting up a tough fight.
Verstappen will start first followed by Perez. Russel and Albon will start from the second row while the Spaniards will occupy the third, with Alonso ahead of Sainz. In this sense, both aspire to podium positions, presumably the third place in the ranking.
Movistar Plus's Formula 1 themed channel has been renamed DAZN F1, and there are now multiple platforms, including DAZN1 and DAZN2, where you can follow the race starting at 2:00 p.m. this Sunday, August 27.
Those who prefer a digital approach can also stay informed through the La Vanguardia website, which offers real-time coverage of the event.