Logan Sargeant F1 2023


Logan Sargeant


  • Fort Lauderdale, USA Place of Birth
  • 31 December, 2000 Date of Birth
  • 2023 Bahrain Grand Prix F1 Debut
  • Williams Current/Last Team


Logan Sargeant, an American racing driver born on December 31, 2000, is currently competing in Formula One for Williams Racing after a successful stint in the 2022 FIA Formula 2 Championship with Carlin Motorsport, where he finished fourth overall in the standings.

In October 2021, during the United States Grand Prix weekend, it was announced that Sargeant would join the Williams Driver Academy, marking a significant milestone in his racing career. Soon after, he was given the opportunity to drive the Williams FW43B on the Yas Marina Circuit at the 2021 post-season test, an unforgettable experience that he described as the “experience of a lifetime.”

Following this, Sargeant made his Formula One practice debut with Williams at the 2022 United States Grand Prix, becoming the first American driver to do so since Alexander Rossi in 2015. Williams’ team principal, at the time, Jost Capito, commended Sargeant’s performance, describing it as both a pleasure and a challenge. Sargeant continued to impress, driving in practice sessions for Williams at the Mexico City Grand Prix, the Sao Paulo Grand Prix, and the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

During the 2022 United States Grand Prix weekend, Capito announced that Sargeant could join the team in 2023 if he achieved the required Super Licence points. To do so, he needed to finish at least fifth (or sixth without penalty points) in the F2 Championship. Following the Abu Dhabi feature race in F2 that season, Sargeant officially attained the necessary Super Licence points. On November 21, 2022, it was announced that Sargeant would drive alongside Alexander Albon, replacing Canadian Nicholas Latifi for the 2023 season.

Interestingly, Logan also has a famous older sibling in the racing world, Dalton Sargeant, who was previously a NASCAR driver.


Driver Nationality Current/Last Team F1 Debut Status
Thai Williams 2019 Australian Grand Prix Current


Team Nationality Debut Season Status
Williams British 1978 Current