Council of State has given permit for F1 Dutch GP to go ahead and quashes plea of environmental organisations.

Ever since the Dutch GP made its F1 return in Circuit Zandvoort, there has been pleas from environmental organisations with regards to the nitrogen precipitation in the nearby Kennemerland-South due the grand prix being held there.

The Council of State last year permitted the F1 race to go ahead in an interim basis with the trial ongoing but a final resolution has been reached now for the Dutch GP to remain at Circuit Zandvoort with no trouble from the environmental organisation.

The long standing legal battle seems to be over now after the Council of State’s decision, which ruled out that the nitrogen precipitation would increase due to the grand prix permit. They also had case against renovation which would affected certain habitats.

The primary concern was around protected sand lizard and natterjack toad but the Council of State has ruled out any of the issues and has formally ratified the ruling which will not allow the environmental organisations to even appeal against Dutch GP.

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