Over the weekend, Circuit Park Zandvoort hosted the third annual Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort. Always a drivers' favourite, Zandvoort is a challenging, undulating track running through the dunes on Holland's North Sea coast. This year's edition included no fewer than 13 different race groups, featuring national and international championships. Headlining the Historic Grand Prix was the FIA Masters Formula One Championship, while among the other highlights were the first ever appearance of Group C at Zandvoort and the hotly disputed Masters Sports Car race. In addition to the races, the crowds were also treated to lunchtime demonstrations, which included a run from David Brabham in a Brabham BT24 in honour of his late father Sir Jack Brabham and a re-enactment of the one-two finish of the Lotus 79 in the 1978 Dutch Grand Prix with two-time Indy 500 winner Arie Luyendyk playing the role of Mario Andretti.
Our photographers ventured to their local track for the first time since 2007 and returned very satisfied. The result is a 220-shot gallery, which serves to illustrate a detailed report.

Enjoy the links:

2014 Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort - Report and Slideshow