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Sargeant during Round 2 in Jeddah
JEDDAH, SAUDI ARABIA - MARCH 25: Logan Sargeant of United States and Carlin (6) prepares to drive during practice for Round 2:Jeddah of the Formula 2 Championship at Jeddah Corniche Circuit on March 25, 2022 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. (Photo by Joe Portlock - Formula 1/Formula Motorsport Limited via Getty Images)

F2 Driver Profile; Logan Sargeant

Logan Sargeant, the latest rookie to enter Formula 2 with Carlin and the Williams Driver Academy.

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Logan Sargeant is the latest rookie to enter Formula 2 with Carlin and the Williams Driver Academy.

After three years in FIA Formula 3, the twenty-one year old makes the move up to Formula 2 joining Carlin.

Karting Career

First entering the scene at eight years old in 2008, Sargeant made an impact placing 3rd in the Rotax Max Challenge USA Micro Max. He also placed 3rd in the Florida Winter Tour- Rotax Micro Max.

Moving into his second year he competed in both events once again this time however winning both respectively.

2011 saw Sargeant move into both National and International Karting winning the SKUSA Super Nationals XV TaG Cadet, the South Florida RMAX Challenge Rotax Mini Max. On top of this, he also won the ROK Cup International Final- Mini ROK.

Moving onto 2012 Logan competed in five different series. Winning both the 41 Trofeo delle Industrie 60 Mini as well as the 23 Trofeo Andrea Margutti 60 Junior Trophy. Alongside this, he placed 2nd in the Florida Winter Tour in the Vortex TaG Cadet category. Finally, in this year he placed 3rd in the WSK Euro Series 60 Mini. He then went on to place 3rd in the Florida Winter Tour Rotax Mini Max.

Competing in the 2013 SKUSA SuperNats XVII in the TaG Junior Category Sargeant placed 2nd, returning a year later to win the category.

2015 saw Logan once again competing in five series, winning the WSK Night Edition KFJ as well as the WSK Champions Cup KFJ and the CIK-FIA World KF Junior Championship. He also competed in the South Garda Winter Cup KFJ placing 2nd as well as WSK Champions Cup KFJ also placing 2nd.

Sargeant’s Karting Career ended in 2016 after winning the WSK Champions Cup in the OK category.

 

Single Seater Success

In 2017 Sargeant made the transition into single seaters competing with Motopark in the UAE Formula 4 Championship. Much like in karting Logan once again made a huge impact appearing on the podium at each race taking the crown as Vice-Champion.

Logan then switched to Carlin to compete in the British F4 Championship where he placed 3rd overall after 2 wins and 10 podiums.

For the 2018 season, Sargeant joined R-ace GP to compete in the Formula Renault Eurocup where he placed 4th

Moving into the 2019 season is where we see Sargeant on the big stage. Logan once again returned to Carlin competing in the FIA Formula 3 Championship with Carlin Buzz where he placed 19th with 5 points. During this season he also competed at the well-loved Macau Grand Prix where he placed 3rd on his maiden visit.

Logan continued in Formula 3 for another season this time competing with PREMA. Here he placed 3rd with 160 points.

In 2021 Logan competed for the final time in Formula 3, once again changing teams to Charouz placing 7th. Sargeant’s efforts saw him make the step up to Formula 2 for the penultimate round in Jeddah with HWA Racelabs.

He also competed in the European Le Man Series in the LMP2 class where he placed 19th. As well as this he competed in the Michelin Le Mans Cup GT3 Championship placing 6th.

The end of 2021 saw Logan be announced as the newest driver to join the Williams Driver Academy. This saw him take part in the F1 Young Driver test at the Yas Marina Circuit.

Sargeant at the F1 Young Driver Test
Credit: Joe Portlock – Formula 1/Formula 1 via Getty Images
Formula 2

Entering the 2022 season Sargeant goes back to Carlin once again. Here he teams up with Red Bull Junior Liam Lawson.

Sargeant had a good first round in Bahrain, Qualifying 4th, placing 6th in the Sprint Race and 7th in the Feature Race. The second round in Jeddah however proved difficult Qualifying P18. The Sprint Race also didn’t help Logan’s weekend colliding with Jack Doohan just before the safety car weekend, putting him out of the race. The Feature Race did see improvement placing P12.

Sargeant currently is 11th in the Driver Standings with 9 points after the first two rounds whereas Carlin are currently 2nd in the Team Standings with 43 points. 

Feature Image Credit: Getty Images

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