Max Verstappen of the Netherlands driving the Aston Martin Red Bull Racing RB15 at the F1 Grand Prix of Spain.
The Dutch Grand Prix is making a return to the Formula One circuit after a 35-year absence.
Next year will see the Dutch Grand Prix hosted at the historic Zandvoort track on May 8-10, with F1 bosses banking on an increased interest in the motorsport event through the efforts of Red Bull's Dutch driver Max Verstappen.
"A Dutch Grand Prix, with Max's popularity, will be immense," Red Bull team boss Christian Horner told BBC Sport.
The Dutch Grand Prix was first raced as part of the F1 World Championship in 1952.