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.
Joining the Czech based team, the American driver is ready to tackle the season head on as action gets underway this weekend.
Making a return to the FIA F3 grid following an intensely tight championship campaign last year, which saw him narrowly beaten to the title after a dramatic finale at Mugello. Finishing the 2020 season in 3rd place, Logan scored 2 victories, 4 podiums and set 3 pole positions. With a further podium finish in the Macau Grand Prix to his name, Logan has continually proved himself as one of America’s most promising young talents as he rises through the junior categories.
Following a successful run with the team at the pre-season test last month, the 20-year-old takes to his FIA Formula 3 machinery with the energy and determination to give it his all at every turn of the wheel.
Commencing with the season opener at Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona on 7th–9th May, the season takes place across 7 rounds, with 3 races at each event. Before reaching its finale, where Logan has the opportunity to race in front of a home crowd at Circuit of the Americas on 22nd–24th October.
Speaking on this exciting opportunity, Logan Sargeant gives thanks to the team:
“Early this year, I didn’t know if I was every going to get in a race car again. So I was honoured to get this opportunity from Charouz Racing System. I’m going to give it everything I have to put the car at the front and keep trying to build within the team. I’m really looking forward to it.”
Director of Infinity Sports Management, Harry Soden comments:
"We're delighted for Logan to have the opportunity to join Charouz for FIA F3 this year. After working together in testing we're confident he will continue to work well with the team and to further build on their relationship. We're looking forward to seeing what they can achieve together."
Antonín Charouz, the owner of the team, adds:
"We are really satisfied with the line-up we’ve just finalised for the 2021 FIA F3 season, mixing talent and a good knowledge of the category. Logan was a top contender in 2020 and he confirmed his speed during the pre-season tests that we completed recently, let's hope to enjoy a positive and entertaining season."