Third free practice for the Dutch Grand Prix ended early for Carlos Sainz, who lost the rear of his Ferrari and crashed into the wall at the entrance of turn three. The Spaniard is doing well and came out of the car by himself. The mechanics will have to work on his Sf21, damaged in the crash, to allow the driver to participate in qualifying, which will start at 3 pm. Practice resumes after the track has been cleared. Yesterday the Ferraris of Charles Leclerc (1’10 “902) and Carlos Sainz (1’11” 056) had set the pace with the Monegasque who had closed the second free practice session with the best time followed by his teammate in front of the ‘Alpine by Esteban Ocon and Mercedes by Valtteri Bottas. «The track is very beautiful and completely different from what we are used to. It was fun to try different lines during the first free practice session, especially on the parabolic corners, before pushing a little more in the afternoon. I really enjoyed it today, and having the fans so close to the track is really great, ”said Sainz.