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Autosport during WWII

Autosport in 1939, when many were still racing!

While Nazi Germany invaded Poland in September 1939 and many races were cancelled in Europe, it did not mean the end of the Autosport season at all. Especially outside Europe there were races held up. Up to 1941, many events were organised. Even when the war escalated in mid-1943 when Nazi Germany was losing their battle in the east and the west, and Italy arrested Mussolini. To be fair it
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Who will host the Dutch Grand Prix?

Its a matter of time before the Dutch Grand Prix will be held 2019, 2020 or 2021. It is more the question on which circuit it will be. Both Circuit Zandvoort and TT-Circuit Assen have the capacity to host the Grand Prix. Rumours about stillborn circuit are arriving as well. Who will host the Dutch Grand Prix? After Max Verstappen made its debut in the Formula One, 20 years after
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De Vos Monoposto, the Dutch Auto Union

The De Vos Monoposto also known as the De Vos Speciale was one of the first Dutch-built cars to attempt to join the Grand Prix circus. De Vos was the creation of A.J. de Vos from Strijensas, a Dutch motorsport enthusiast. Note 1: Most of the info about the De Vos project came from the book Autodesign in Nederland by Jan Lammerse (ISBN: 9066303727). Note 2: Many thanks to Jan