All Dutch Grand Prix were held at Zandvoort.
Note: Pink background indicates non-Championship year.
|1961||Wolfgang von Trips||Ferrari||Report|
|1955||Juan Manuel Fangio||Mercedes||Report|
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“They give us a pair of cloth shorts twice a year for all our clothing. When we work in the sugar mills and catch our finger in the millstone, they cut off our hand; when we try to run away, they cut off our leg: both things have happened to me. It is at this price that you eat sugar in Europe.”
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“They tapped at my eyelids and touched my lips with an invitation to grief.
But it was no reason I had to go because they had to go.
Now up, my knee, to keep on top of another year of snow.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)