Williams driver Nicholas Latifi spins off the track and smashes into the barrier causing lengthy delay in qualifying at the Dutch Grand Prix… just minutes after team-mate George Russell had his own accident!
- Nicholas Latif smashed into the barrier in qualifying for the Dutch Grand Prix
- Latif spun out at high speed into the Tec-Pro barrier at turn eight in Zandvoort
- The incident occurred shortly after a crash involving team-mate George Russell
Nicholas Latifi crashed into the barriers during qualifying for the Dutch Grand Prix.
The Williams driver spun out at high speed into the Tec-Pro barrier at turn eight, which meant that he was eliminated following Q2.
The incident caused a red flag stoppage and led to a significant delay.
Nicholas Latifi of Williams crashed into the barriers during qualifying for the Dutch Grand Prix
Latifi spun out at high speed into the Tec-Pro barrier at turn eight with the crash causing delays
It occurred shortly after Latifi’s Williams team-mate George Russell had also crashed near the end of the session.
Russell spun out into the barrier across the gravel at the final corner, and he was also eliminated after Q2.
The incident occurred just minutes after his team-mate George Russell suffered a crash
The incident involving Latifi led to a lengthy delay, with marshals having to re-adjust the TecPro barrier that he crashed into.
The Grand Prix is being held in Holland for the first time since 1985.
The track at the Circuit Zandvoort has a huge incline.