In a small street in the city of Haarlem is a store located that seemed to be stuck in the past. When you enter the store it feels like entering an time capsule. It’s the type of store every gamer loves to know, and loves to visit once in a while to discover the holy grail, to expand your collection, in one of the boxes located in the shop. Welcome
In December 2017, the Formula RP1 Benelux series was announced in The Netherlands and Belgium. The new series would be easier payable by drivers, who all would drive with similar cars, every race the driver would change from team and race engineer. All drivers would be threatened equally. In 2018, the series would make its debut; quickly it was rescheduled for 2019. It is 2019, but what happened? While Max
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
Probably you never heard of the Formula BRL championship. It isn’t that strange you haven’t. The Formula BRL was a formula series, which would become part of the Benelux Racing League. The BRL existed out of several series. Such as the BRL Light and the BRL V6 series. Both series were touringcar series. Entrepreneur Harry Maessen established the Benelux Racing League in 2004 as the successor of the Vege Series.
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