During the second practice session, Oscar Piastri crashed in the Hugenholtz corner, after which Daniel Ricciardo also ended up in the wall. The crash has serious consequences for Daniel Ricciardo: Ricciardo suffered a broken wrist, which means he will miss the rest of the race weekend in Zandvoort.
Daniel Ricciardo was the first driver to arrive and he was shocked by the stationary Oscar Piastri, after which he also ended up against the wall. At that moment, Ricciardo was still holding his steering wheel, which broke his wrist. That injury came to light when he was taken to hospital for additional checks.
So no ‘Dutch GP’ for Daniel Ricciardo and the question is whether Ricciardo will be able to participate in the Italian GP in Monza within a week. Red Bull junior Liam Lawson will replace Daniel Ricciardo and make his F1 debut.