MUST-SEE: Sargeant brings out the red flags during final practice in Spain after sliding off the track


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Logan Sargeant endured a difficult start to his Saturday at the Spanish Grand Prix after crashing out in the early minutes of final practice, giving the Williams mechanics work to do before qualifying.

With rain threatening and drivers rushing out onto the track to get some dry laps in, Sargeant lost control of his car in the revised final sector, suffering a snap at the last corner before sliding through the gravel and into the barriers.

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With an initial hit on the rear-left swiftly followed by a thump on the front-left, Williams will need to carry out some repairs before the grid-deciding session later this afternoon.

Sargent was quick to apologise over the radio for the incident, which will leave him on the back foot for qualifying, but reported that he was fine and gave a thumbs-up before hopping out of the car.

Check out Sargeant’s crash in the video player above.



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