In May 2020, Formula 1 will return to Circuit Zandvoort for the first time since 1985. But perhaps the most eagerly awaited aspect of the event will be the 18-degree banking at the final corner, which is aimed at improving overtaking opportunities at the track.

As this fly-by from architectural firm Dromo shows, it promises to be quite a spectacle.

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Artist impression of Circuit Zandvoort

Artist impression of Circuit Zandvoort

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Construction work at the Zandvoort race track for the Dutch Grand Prix

Construction work at the Zandvoort race track for the Dutch Grand Prix

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Photo by: ISP/BSR Agency

Construction work at the Zandvoort race track for the Dutch Grand Prix

Construction work at the Zandvoort race track for the Dutch Grand Prix

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Construction work at the Zandvoort race track for the Dutch Grand Prix

Construction work at the Zandvoort race track for the Dutch Grand Prix

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Construction work at the Zandvoort race track for the Dutch Grand Prix

Construction work at the Zandvoort race track for the Dutch Grand Prix

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Construction work at the Zandvoort race track for the Dutch Grand Prix

Construction work at the Zandvoort race track for the Dutch Grand Prix

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Construction work at the Zandvoort race track for the Dutch Grand Prix

Construction work at the Zandvoort race track for the Dutch Grand Prix

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Construction work at the Zandvoort race track for the Dutch Grand Prix

Construction work at the Zandvoort race track for the Dutch Grand Prix

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Photo by: ISP/BSR Agency

Construction work at the Zandvoort race track for the Dutch Grand Prix

Construction work at the Zandvoort race track for the Dutch Grand Prix

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Photo by: ISP/BSR Agency

Renovation Circuit Zandvoort

Renovation Circuit Zandvoort

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Photo by: Tim Biesbrouck / Motorsport.com

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