Formula 1’s Dutch Grand Prix has been suspended in the closing stages due to heavy rainfall, and a crash for Zhou Guanyu, at Zandvoort.
A light shower caused chaos during the early stages of the race on Sunday with the majority of the field diving into the pit lane for Intermediate tyres.
Conditions dried sufficiently for slick tyres to then be used, with Max Verstappen reclaiming a comfortable lead, ahead of team-mate Sergio Perez.
Rain began falling after 60 of 72 laps with the pack opting to take on Intermediate tyres as conditions deteriorated.
Several drivers went off as the rain intensified with Zhou burying his Alfa Romeo in the Turn 1 barriers.
Zhou was able to extricate himself from the wreckage but, after a brief deployment of the Virtual Safety Car, the red flag was flown.
There have been 64 of 72 laps completed.
Verstappen leads the race, ahead of Fernando Alonso and Perez, who went off at Turn 1 moments before Zhou.