Bursting onto the racing scene at the age of eight, Logan took the karting world by storm. Remarkably finishing third place in only his first year behind the wheel, just one year later he rose to claim two Micro Max titles (Rotax Grand Nationals U.S.A and Florida Winter Tour).
There was no stopping his sensational form, competing against the world’s best karting talent, Logan has made a name for himself, earning a catalogue of national and international titles. Including WSK Champions Cup - KFJ and OK class, along with the CIK-FIA World KF-Junior Championship. With over 12 titles, across 9 categories, Logan is one of the most-awarded American Karters in history.
Graduating seamlessly to single-seaters in 2017, he made his debut with Motopark in the UAE Formula 4 Championship, where he appeared on the podium at every race he completed, taking no less than 15 podiums and 5 fastest laps, to take Vice-Champion honours.
Teamed up with Carlin Racing for the FIA British F4 Championship, he claimed 2 victories, 2 pole positions and 10 podiums, to finish third in the overall standings.
2018 season saw Logan join R-ace GP for Formula Renault Eurocup. With a formidable pace, Logan propelled himself into the championship lead from the first turn of a wheel. Claiming victory in the opening race at Paul Ricard, Logan totalled 3 wins, 7 podiums and 2 pole positions.
Graduating to the newly-formed FIA Formula 3 Championship in 2019, Logan joined Carlin Buzz Racing, where he often finished in the top-ten of the 30 strong field. Taking his experience to the Macau Grand Prix he sensationally finished on the podium in his first attempt.
2020 saw Logan rise to reigning championship team Prema Racing for the 2020 FIA Formula 3 season ending the season in a painstakingly close third.
In 2021, Logan remained in the FIA F3 paddock switching to Charouz Racing. Securing 4 podiums including a win over the year, his efforts in helping Charouz achieve their best ever team's championship position did not go unnoticed as he was announced as a Williams F1 Racing Academy Driver shortly after the F3 season ended. He gained his first experience of F2 in the penultimate round of the 2021 season in Jeddah with HWA RACELAB, securing 16th and 14th place finishes.
This year, Logan makes the step up for a full season campaign in 2022 FIA Formula 2 Championship with Carlin Racing. In addition to his on-track racing, Logan supports Williams F1 team with simulator work which helps with the team’s car development.
2021 - Joined Williams F1 Racing Driver Academy
2019 Macau Grand Prix - Podium Finisher
2015 CIK-FIA World KF-Junior Champion
2017 UAE Formula 4 Vice-Champion
WSK Champions Cup Winner in both OK and KFJ class
Winner of 12 Karting Titles
Infinity Sports Management are delighted to announce Logan Sargeant will be joining Carlin for the 2022 FIA Formula 2 Championship. This sees Logan rejoining the British team for their third season together, following campaigns in British F4 Championship and FIA Formula 3 Championship.
Logan Sargeant who was recently announced as Williams Driver Academy’s latest member will be getting behind the wheel of the FW43B at the end of season Test in Abu Dhabi.
Williams Racing and Infinity Sports Management are delighted to announce that Logan Sargeant has joined the Williams Racing Driver Academy.
In what has been a busy few weeks for the Infinity squad join us as we recap on their successes in FIA F3, British F4 abs GT World Challenge Sprint Cup.…
Our talented racers were back on the podium, this last weekend we celebrated some stand out performances for Frank Bird at Brands Hatch and Logan Sargeant at Spa-Francorchamps. Join us as we recap on their successes in GT and single-seater racing...
What a whirlwind of a few weeks it’s been for our single-seater squad. From Spa to Hungary and back home in the UK, our talented bunch have been putting in some stellar performances, strong comebacks and even earning debut race wins. Join us as we recap on some exciting track action…
From the Styrian mountains to the shores of the Adriatic Sea, last weekend saw Infinity drivers fighting at the front in both single seaters and GT championships. Putting in some stellar performances and battling back from arduous blows, our talented squad graced each step of the podium. Join us as we look back on an exciting weekend’s racing…
Last weekend marked a sensational outing for Infinity drivers in European Le Mans Series, which saw Charlie Eastwood joined by Logan Sargeant as they took to the wheel of the Racing Team Turkey by TF Sport LMP2 entry. Together with teammate Salih Yoluç, the trio scored both pole position and a podium finish in only the team’s second LMP2 outing in the series.
Last weekend saw the opening rounds of top junior categories, as the lights went green on the 2021 season in FIA Formula 3 and British F4 respectively. Where Infinity drivers wasted no time in putting in some strong performances as they kicked off their championship campaigns in style.
Infinity Sports Management are delighted to announce that Logan Sargeant will be back racing in FIA F3, teaming up with the Charouz Racing System for the 2021 season.
The weekend proved to be another successful one in the books for Infinity Sports Management, with two drivers taking their maiden wins in FIA F3 and British Formula 4.
Competing across three different countries last weekend (1-2 August), the Infinity Sports Management drivers totted up a total number of eight podiums between them, including glorious wins in FIA Formula 2, FIA Formula 3 and FR Americas.