Pierre Gasly has predicted the Dutch Grand Prix will play out in a similar way to races in Monaco, due to Zandvoort’s narrow layout and short straights.

Formula 1 heads back to the Netherlands for the first time in 36 years at the weekend, with a raucous home crowd expected to be largely clad in orange for Max Verstappen’s first home race in motorsport’s premier category.

Zandvoort will be a relative unknown for the drivers, and a completely different challenge to the characteristics of the previous race last weekend.

Reflecting on his time at Spa first of all, AlphaTauri driver Gasly did not feel luck was on his side in particular, as he believed he had a chance of competing further up from his P6 starting slot in Belgium.

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