Nowadays more and more customers install two SSD disks as ASM disk group and most of them will be configured as Normal Redundancy to avoid downtime when one of this disk could not work.
For two SSD disks, we will have two failure groups and Oracle will create two vote disks for Normal Redundancy disk group with only two failure groups. So if any one of them got corrupted then the whole system would continue to work. While one issue would happen if we drop the bad disk and install a one one as with the introduction of the new disk, the original Normal Redundancy disk group now has three failure groups and Oracle will create three vote disks after that including the dropped one. Now we get two of three vote disks.
Bad thing could happen if one of them got broken again as the disk group would only have one of three vote disks, so the ASM disk group would be dismounted although the live disk has all the needed data.
I read the above information from one notes on Oracle Support website and will do some tests soon.