Given that we have a new Dutch hero in F1 I think it would be a great idea.
Sochi isn't a street track. Like Valencia, it's a permanent track in an urban setting, and that's rubbish. Street circuits that use actual streets tend to be better, like Singapore.
Zandvoort was good back in its heyday, but F1 cars had outgrown it somewhat. The current circuit is much shorter and tighter than the old one. I wouldn't say it's suitable.
Assen should be OK. It hosted Champ Car in its last year.
The Champ Car race had zero overtakes iirc and was quite boring. They flattened the track for cars, losing another bit of bike mojo (the amputation of the North was a major blow to the track).
There isn't a part that isn't under construction for whatever reason. You have trams, bus stops everywhere. Using a part of the freeway will be a nogo, you block one of the Dutch main traffic artories. And they complain a lot in Amsterdam, especially if it is not green.
Too old, tiny paddock, track isn't suitable for current F1.
could happen, but the bridges are too small and you can't have a crane there as well. A bit like the Singapore part where a Sauber stranded last race. Rotterdam has the 'advantage' of having a levelled city center during WWII (courtesy of the Germans), so its streets and main infrastructure is much wider than Amsterdam.
Edited by SenorSjon, 10 October 2017 - 09:25.