Summary and highlights of the Formula 1 Race at the Netherlands Grand Prix
Photo: Mundo Deportivo


10:44 AMa month ago

Thank you all.

Thank you all for joining us in this intense duel with an exciting ending, it has been a pleasure to be with all of you. See you all again!
10:43 AMa month ago



10:41 AMa month ago


Fernando Alonso closes in on Sergio Pérez and has DRS
10:39 AMa month ago

Lap 71

Sergio Pérez tried to overtake Carlos Sainz but went into the gravel;
10:35 AMa month ago

Lap 67

The two Spanish drivers suffer, Sergio Pérez attacks Sainz and Norris attacks Fernando Alonso 
10:31 AMa month ago

Lap 64

Russell overtakes his teammate and moves into second place;
10:29 AMa month ago

Lap 62

Carlos Sainz has overtaken Sergio Pérez and the Spaniard finishes fifth;
10:27 AMa month ago

Lap 61

Max Verstappen overtaking when passing through the finish line, we will see if there is a penalty because they may have arrived parallel;
10:26 AMa month ago

Carlos Sainz has almost crashed with Fernando Alonso


10:25 AMa month ago


Hamilton in charge when the safety car leaves and Verstappen presses from the first minute
10:23 AMa month ago

Lap 59

Hamilton ahead of Verstappen will have a race with a few laps to go, and for now the Mexican Sergio Pérez is in fifth position;
10:16 AMa month ago

Lap 55

Bottas' car has stopped at the end of the straight, it looks like there will be a Safety Car.
10:08 AMa month ago

Lap 49

All the teams are taking advantage of this Virtual Safety Car to stop
10:06 AMa month ago

Lap 48🟨

Tsunoda has to stop the car and the Virtual Safety Car is brought out.
10:01 AMa month ago

This is how Sergio Perez defended Hamilton, although the British overtook him in the end.


9:52 AMa month ago

Lap 37

Lewis Hamilton overtakes Sergio Pérez, the Mexican struggled to help Max Verstappen 
9:50 AMa month ago

Lap 34

Hamilton closes in on Sergio Pérez 
9:31 AMa month ago

This is how Alonso overtook Tsunoda


9:17 AMa month ago

Lap 10

Fernando Alonso passes Gasly and his next rival to hunt is Tsunoda 
9:14 AMa month ago

Lap 8

Mexico's Sergio Pérez is currently in fifth position in the middle of the two Mercedes drivers;
9:13 AMa month ago

Lap 7

Charles Lecler makes fast lap but so far still not in DRS zone
9:10 AMa month ago

Lap 4

Max Verstappen takes 1.2 to Leclerc while Hamilton is going to have DRS with Carlos Sainz 
9:07 AMa month ago

This is how the race started


9:05 AMa month ago


Good start for Max Verstappen who is looking to get away while Carlos Sainz and Hamilton have had a small touch;
9:03 AMa month ago

Warm-up lap

Attention that Hamilton and Russell could go to one stop, we will see how the strategy works out for Mercedes;
8:55 AMa month ago


Hamilton will start with medium tires while ahead of him Carlos Sainz will start with the medium tire.
8:50 AMa month ago

Less than 10 minutes to go before the race starts

The drivers are already in their single-seaters.
8:45 AMa month ago

Max Verstappen greets the Dutch public

The world champion has already won here at home and is looking to repeat to give another blow to the table.


8:40 AMa month ago

The pilots are already on the grid

While the anthem sounds the anthem of the Netherlands where Max Verstappen plays at home and will start from the first position;
8:35 AMa month ago

Formula 1 World Cup standings

1. Max Verstappen - 284 puntos
2. Sergio Pérez - 191 points
3. Charles Leclerc - 186 points
4. Carlos Sainz - 171 points 
5. George Russell - 170 points
6. Lewis Hamilton - 146 points
7. Lando Norris - 76 points
8th Esteban Ocon - 64 points
9th Fernando Alonso - 51 points 
10. Valtteri Bottas - 46 points
11. Kevin Magnussen - 22 points
12. Sebastian Vettel - 20 points
13. Daniel Ricciardo - 19 points
14. Pierre Gasly - 18 points
15. Mick Schumacher - 12 points
16th Yuki Tsunoda - 11 points
17th Guanyu Zhou - 5 points
18. Alexander Albon - 4 points
19. Lance Stroll - 4 points
20. Nicholas Latifi - 0 points
21. Nico Hulkenberg - 0 points
8:30 AMa month ago

1 hour

In 1 hour will start the Formula 1 race at the Grand Prix of Netherlands both the previous and the minute by minute of the race can be followed here on VAVEL 
8:25 AMa month ago

How to watch the Dutch Grand Prix race ?

If you want to watch the Grand Prix of the Netherlands, your choice is ESPN.

However, a good option is to follow it through VAVEL. com.

8:20 AMa month ago

What time is the Dutch Grand Prix race?

Argentina: 9:00 AM

Bolivia: 9:00 AM

Brazil: 10:00 AM

Chile: 9:00 AM

Colombia: 8:00 AM

Ecuador: 8:00 AM

USA (ET): 9:00 AM

Spain: 15:00 PM

Mexico: 8:00 AM

Paraguay: 9:00 AM

Peru: 9:00 AM

Uruguay: 9:00 AM

Venezuela: 9:00 AM

England: 14: 00 AM

Australia : 23:00 AM

India: 18:30 AM

8:15 AMa month ago

Max Verstappen takes pole position at home in front of his home crowd


8:10 AMa month ago

Starting Grid Grand Prix of the Netherlands

1. Max Verstappen
2. Charles Leclerc
3. Carlos Sainz 
4. Lewis Hamilton
5. Sergio Pérez
6. George Russell
7. Lando Norris
8. Mick Schumacher
9. Yuki Tsunoda
10. Lance Stroll
11. Pierre Gasly
12. Esteban Ocon
13. Fernando Alonso 
14. Guanyu Zhou
15. Alexander Albon
16. Valtteri Bottas
17. Kevin Magnussen
18. Daniel Ricciardo
19. Sebastian Vettel
20.Nicholas Latifi
8:05 AMa month ago

The Parilla F1 2023

After Ricciardo's departure from MClaren and the signing of Piastri to replace him. Alpine needs a driver it is not known if it could be Ricciardo or even Gasly. While Tsunoda's renewal for 2023 is still up in the air. On the other hand, Ferrari, Red Bull and Mercedes will repeat their top pairing.
8:00 AMa month ago

Oscar Piastri

The 21-year-old Australian will partner Lando Norris from next year and leaves Alpine, which needs a driver after Fernando Alonso's departure.
7:55 AMa month ago


1952 Alberto Ascari    
1953 Alberto Ascari
1955 Juan Manuel Fangio
1958 Stirling Moss
1959 Jo Bonnier
1960 Jack Brabham    
1961 Wolfgang von Trips
1962 Graham Hill
1963 Jim Clark
1964 Jim Clark
1965 Jim Clark
1966 Jack Brabham 
1967 Jim Clark 
1968 Jackie Stewart
1969 Jackie Stewart 
1970 Jochen Rindt
1971 Jacky Ickx
1973 Jackie Stewart 
1974 Niki Lauda    
1975 James Hunt
1976 James Hunt 
1977 Niki Lauda 
1978 Mario Andretti
1979 Alan Jones    
1980 Nelson Piquet
1981 Alain Prost    
1982 Didier Pironi    
1983 René Arnoux    
1984 Alain Prost 
1985 Niki Lauda 
2021 Max Verstappen    

Jim Clark, with four victories, is the driver who has won the Dutch Grand Prix the most times. 

7:50 AMa month ago

Venue: The race will be held at the Zandvoort Circuit, located in Amsterdam. It was inaugurated on August 7, 1948 and has 14 turns. It also has a capacity for 15,000 people.

7:45 AMa month ago

Race Preview

Arrived; the fourteenth race of Formula 1 in the Grand Prix of Netherlands. A race where Max Verstappen comes in the lead of the World Championship with 284 points, with 93 points ahead of the second classified in the world, which is his teammate, Mexican Sergio Pé rez 
7:40 AMa month ago

Welcome to VAVEL.COM's LIVE coverage of the Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix race.

My name is Manuel Carmona Hidalgo and I will be your host for this race. We will provide you with pre-race analysis and news here live from VAVEL