Circuit Langeveld
Unraced circuits

Unraced Circuits: Circuit Langeveld

In 1925, the motor sport is not big in the Netherlands. There is a small amount of interest from wealthy people, and motor sport fans to build the first permanent circuit in The Netherlands.  The plan situated a huge complex near the town of Noordwijk. Circuit Langeveld was born. The potential to give the motor sport a boost in the Netherlands was enormous. Sadly, the plans for a circuit came
de vos
Top stories Unraced 1930 - 1939 Unraced 1940 - 1949

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
Drebbel F1
Unraced 1960 -1969

Drebbel F1: “The impossible Dutch dream”

In 1961 a group of Dutch race enthusiasts came up with the idea of creating an all-Dutch Grand Prix team with the foundation of the “NederlandseRacewagen” after the rules governing engine capacity in F1 were changed from 2.5 litresto 1.5 litres in an attempt to attract more teams. Sadly not much info is available on the Drebbel F1 attempt.  The only information I found about the project came from the