Sargeant Officially Extends Williams Contract Until 2024

American driver Logan Sargeant has extended his contract with Williams and will occupy the last available seat for Formula 1 in 2024.

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‣ Logan Sargeant has extended his contract with Williams for Formula 1 in 2024.
‣ Sargeant’s rookie season in 2023 was marked by both challenges and successes, including scoring his first Formula 1 points at his home race in Las Vegas.
‣ Team boss James Vowles had previously hinted at a longer stay for Sargeant at the Williams team.
‣ In 2024, Sargeant will have the opportunity to earn more points for his team.


So, it’s finally out there. The last seat for Formula 1 in 2024 has been filled. And guess who’s snagged it? Yep, it’s Logan Sargeant. He’s sticking with Williams for another year. The American lad has decided to extend his contract with the British team.

Sargeant’s sticking with Williams, folks!

We’d been hearing whispers for a while now. Sargeant extending his contract, that is. The rookie himself seemed pretty stoked about the upcoming season. And James Vowles, his team boss, wasn’t exactly subtle about wanting the American to stay put at the Williams team.

2023 was a rollercoaster for Sargeant. The rookie season wasn’t exactly a walk in the park. He took quite a beating from his teammate, Alexander Albon. But hey, it wasn’t all doom and gloom. There were some shining moments too. His debut in Bahrain was pretty solid. And let’s not forget his home race in Las Vegas, where he scored his first Formula 1 points. So, in 2024, he’s got a shot at racking up even more points for his team.

Sophomore year, here we come! We’re over the moon to announce that @logansargeant will be back behind the wheel for us next season!
— Williams Racing (@WilliamsRacing) December 1, 2023

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Albert Ramirez
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