Logan Sargeant will ride the Williams for the third time in Brazil


    Logan Sargeant will be back in the Williams FW44 this weekend in Free Practice 2 of the Brazilian Grand Prix. After Austin and Mexico, Sargeant will complete a further two sessions in Brazil and Abu Dhabi before the season is out.

    Sargeant will ride Williams in FP2 in Brazil

    After making his debut in Free Practice 1 of the United States GP and getting back in Free Practice 1 of the Mexican GP, ​​Williams has made it official that, during this weekend, Logan Sargeant will ride the Williams in Free Practice 2 of the Mexican GP. Brazil. This, along with Free Practice 1 in Abu Dhabi, will make for four hard-fought free practice sessions for the American driver.

    Sargeant was very happy to have this chance again on such a special weekend and wants to put his learnings to the test in Mexico.

    I am very excited to be back in the FW44 for FP2 in Sao Paulo.. I can’t wait to continue progressing with the team and put the experience I gained in Austin and Mexico to the test.”Sargeant said in Williams’ official statement.

    “Having the opportunity to drive on such an iconic circuit as Interlagos, with its curves and the S de Senna, is a great feeling”Logan continued. “I wanted to say a massive thank you again to everyone at Williams for giving me this opportunity to once again be behind the wheel.”.

    It must be remembered that, as confirmed by Jost Capito, Sargeant will be a Williams driver in 2023, as long as you achieve the required super license points. This session will pave the way a little more for the American driver to step up to F1 as a regular driver next year.

    a special weekend

    And Sargeant will have the possibility in a somewhat unusual weekend, since we will have a sprint format weekend in Brazil. This is the reason why, after two Grands Prix with many non-starting drivers, none was expected to be seen in Brazil, until Sargeant’s official announcement.

    Dave Robson, Williams Performance Manager, has assured that this will be a unique opportunity for Sargeant because of how unusual this weekend is and because, being in Parc Fermé, it will be a different experience.

    “Logan Sargeant will continue his run through Free Practice sessions in the FW44 and will drive Alex’s car during Free Practice 2. This is unusual for a ‘sprint’ format event, and it is more difficult than usual since Alex’s car will already be in parc ferméRobson has stated.

    “Still, the experience Logan will gain is incalculable, and giving him another chance is a great investment in his future. He did an excellent job in Austin and Mexico, and we are confident that he will do the same despite the unusual weekend format.”Dave concluded.

Logan Sargeant will ride the Williams for the third time in Brazil