WATCH: Magnussen crashes out and clatters barriers during wet FP3 session in Zandvoort


Kevin Magnussen crashed out during the third practice session at the Dutch Grand Prix, bringing FP3 to a temporary halt.

The Haas driver’s spin – while on an out-lap – on the banked Turn 3 at Zandvoort brought out the red flags, with replays showing him losing the rear before hitting the barriers hard.

Thankfully the Dane was okay and able to exit the car, although he sustained damage to the front-left of his car, leaving the Haas mechanics with a job to do ahead of qualifying later today.

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Haas boss Guenther Steiner was less than pleased, as he later told Sky Sports F1: "Quite disappointed with this, on an out-lap in Turn 3, knowing we only had two new front wings left. I'm pretty ****** off right now.

"On the out-lap the tyres aren't cold, we know that. Nico [Hulkenberg] was not on the new front wing yesterday because he broke one, so we were going to try and do some testing but we've only got one car now. We've got only one [front wing] left now, Nico's one."

Magnussen’s crash came at the same corner where Oscar Piastri and Daniel Ricciardo crashed out during FP2 yesterday, with Ricciardo suffering a broken hand in the incident that led to him being replaced for the remainder of the weekend by New Zealand racer Liam Lawson.

Click play on the video above to watch Magnussen’s crash during the final practice session.



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