Formula One announced on Tuesday that the Dutch Grand Prix will return to the Zandvoort circuit in 2020, ending a 35-year absence from the calendar.
A statement read: "Formula 1 is delighted to announce that the Dutch Grand Prix returns to the FIA Formula 1 World Championship from 2020.
"An agreement has recently been signed between Formula 1 and Dutch Grand Prix – a partnership formed by SportVibes, TIG Sports and the Circuit Zandvoort – and will run for at least three years.
"Furthermore, Heineken, one of the longstanding Global Partners of Formula 1, will be the Title Sponsor of the event."
The race will come as a major boost to Red Bull's Dutch driver Max Verstappen, 21, who now has a home Grand Prix to look forward to.