Logan Sargeant recorded a career-best qualifying result at Formula 1’s Las Vegas Grand Prix and is keen to exploit Williams’
Sargeant had a strong performance in qualifying, making it to Q3 for only the second time in his F1 career and securing seventh place on the grid. With a 10-place grid penalty for Sainz, Sargeant moves up to sixth. Williams showed their straight-line speed on the Las Vegas Strip Circuit, allowing them to lock out the third row. Sargeant expressed his happiness and satisfaction with their performance and the potential of their car. Williams will be relying on their speed and performance in the race to maintain their advantage over AlphaTauri in the Constructors’ Standings.