According to the three-time Formula 1 champion, even in the 60s it was difficult for fans to get on the Dutch circuit, and then leave the track.
In 2020 the Dutch Grand Prix, which will be held on the track in Zandvoort returns to the Formula 1 calendar. Jackie Stewart remembered features of the track and the organization of the Grand Prix, where he won races in 1968, 1969 and 1973.
"The fact that Formula 1 is back to Dutch is fantastic," - Stewart said.
"But everyone will face problems there: it won‘t be easy to get on the track. Even in my time, it was difficult. Although we had no problems with traffic jams, as we lived in a hotel nearby and went to the circuit by walking."
Stewart also admitted that he is a fan of the Dutch star Max Verstappen and realizes the reason why F1 is returning to Zandvoort.
"This Grand Prix will be an important for a Dutch driver. What did you say his name is?" - Stewart joked.
"All the stands were orange in Spa this year, imagine what will happen in Zandvoort. He [Max] is a very talented driver and is becoming more mature. Max is increasingly making the right decisions. Well, or at least became less likely to take the wrong ones."