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Sargeant has had it tough in his rookie F1 season – but can he deliver in the remaining races?

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Alex Page
AUSTIN, TEXAS - OCTOBER 20: Logan Sargeant of United States and Williams walks in the Paddock prior

There are telltale moments in every F1 driver’s career where things either begin to click into place or they start to unravel. In recent memory, think of Daniil Kvyat’s desperate drive at his home Grand Prix in which he collided with Sebastian Vettel and was punished by Red Bull with a demotion to Toro Rosso and replaced by Max Verstappen.

Conversely, think Alex Albon re-announcing himself as a ferociously competitive driver with a standout performance in Belgium last year. Logan Sargeant, though, is a rarer commodity – a driver whose performances both fall and rise, often in the same weekend.


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