Who are Logan Sargeant's parents? Racer, 21, set to debut at F1 in Bahrain comes from renowned business family
SAN FRANSISCO, CALIFORNIA: Logan Sargeant is all set to make his F1 debut. Prior to his debut, the racer revealed the design of his helmet ahead of the rookie season. Sargeant came at fourth position in the F2 in 2022 and is preparing to compete at the Bahrain Grand Prix with car No. 2 on Sunday, March 5, 2023.
The new helmet has been designed for Williams Racing and is of deep blue color and carries the American flag on both sides. Williams' 'W' logo is also painted in Star and Stripes as a tribute to its drivers. Sargeant opened up about his preparations for the debut recently. He said, "More hours in the gym. I haven't treated myself. I've just stayed exactly as I was last year in terms of I'm still living in the same place in London. On my own, enjoying the hours in the gym, enjoying the time on the sim [simulator]. I know it sounds boring, but that's about all I've been doing."
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Who are the parents of Logan Sargeant?
Michael Sardou and Mallika Sarabhai are Logan Sargeant's parents. They also have another son named Dalton Sargeant, 24, who is an American professional stock car racing driver, as per ABTC. Both Sardou and Sarabhai lead private life and are not active on social media. Sargeant once said, "Both my parents have always been very supportive of me racing. I feel like he’s [my father] always had my back no matter the situation. Also, the way he goes about what he needs to do and his discipline, as well as his business mindset. He’s a good and smart man, someone to look up to and he’s a great dad too," as per Fan Nation. His family is also well known as his uncle Harry Sargeant III, a former fighter pilot, who now runs airline companies, oil trading companies, and refineries, under his business conglomerate.
What is Logan Sargeant's preparation for his F1 debut?
He told Daily Mail, "Coming into the sport, straight into a year where there's three US Grands Prix is a special opportunity and a privilege at the same time." The 22-year-old added, "F1 in America is clearly at its peak, and it is still on the way up, which is a massive positive. You can see how many questions from friends and family and how curious people are about the sport. It's funny, people text me now and be like, 'I didn't realize how big of a thing this could eventually be or how big F1 really was','" he added. "It's a completely different world now in terms of America. Everyone knows what Formula One is now over there. It's nice to see the transition," he said.
'Can't wait for his debut!!'
The Internet is now discussing Sargeant F1debut. A user said, "We should all be grateful to have a generational driver like Logan Sargeant on the F1 grid." Another added, "can't wait for his debut!!." A user claimed, "Can't wait to see Logan on track."
A user added, "LETS GOOOO CANT WAIT TO SEE HIM." "Looking great! can’t wait for the debut," read a tweet. A tweet read, "Best of luck Logan!" A user said, "I finally have a driver to root for!" One noted, "Let's go Logan!!!....."
We should all be grateful to have a generational driver like Logan Sargeant on the F1 grid— Andrew 🇺🇸 (@formulasargeant) February 9, 2023
can't wait for his debut!!— Seven (@7KnowsWheel) February 8, 2023
Can't wait to see Logan on track 👋🏻— Osservatore Sportivo (@OsOfficialF1) February 8, 2023
LETS GOOOO CANT WAIT TO SEE HIM 💙😍— Vaal🖤 (@VaaleriePerez) February 8, 2023
looking great! can’t wait for the debut💙— Stella🍫 (@StellaWrestling) February 8, 2023
Best of luck Logan!— Germán (@GermnAdalidF1) February 8, 2023
I finally have a driver to root for!— Jeff Dubuque (@jeff_dubuque) February 8, 2023
Let's go Logan!!!.....— David 🇺🇸🤘🏻 (@davidhdz34) February 8, 2023
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