Zandvoort back on the 24H SERIES calendar for 2020

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24H Series and its competitors will be among the first international motor racing collectives to experience the newly renovated Circuit Zandvoort this November when the Dutch venue makes its welcome the series return after a four-year break.

A spiritual home for Gennep-based organising body CREVENTIC, Circuit Zandvoort made its first appearance on the 24H SERIES calendar in 2014, and went on to host the annual Hankook 12H ZANDVOORT up until and including 2016.

Notable winners of the event include series staple Car Collection Motorsport, which took its maiden outright win in the 24H SERIES in 2014, and future series champions Hofor-Racing and Herberth Motorsport, which collected the honours in 2015 and 2016 respectively.

Recent changes to Circuit Zandvoort’s calendar for 2020, plus the venue’s well-documented upgrades, has since made it possible for this popular event to return to the 24H SERIES calendar for 2020.

The returning Hankook 12H ZANDVOORT will now close out this year’s 24H SERIES on 13-14 November.