02 February, 2017
ISM driver Logan Sargeant will race for Carlin’s F4 British certified by FIA team for the 2017 season it has today been confirmed. As official pre-season testing gets underway at Oulton Park, reigning champions Carlin are proud to confirm Logan for the season as the team look to continue their form in the highly competitive junior series which has seen them clinch both titles since the Championship’s inception.
Despite being just 16, Sergeant has already enjoyed an enviable career. Taking up karting at the age of eight the young American has since won the prestigious Supernational race in Las Vegas and the Mini ROK World Cup before going on to compete in the KFJ European Karting Championship in 2013. He continued his impressive karting career taking the KFJ World title in 2015 becoming the first driver from the USA to do so since 1978.
Following his successful karting career, Sargeant has since made his car racing debut, currently racing in the inaugural UEA F4 Championship where he is gaining important mileage. The 16 year-old currently sits second overall after three rounds, having taken an impressive nine podiums.
Sargeant said of the upcoming season, “I am really looking forward to this coming season with Carlin. They have won the Championship two years in a row so they are the obvious team to compete with in the British Formula 4 championship. It’s going to be a very exciting year, and we are all going to be pushing to make it three titles in a row; I will do everything possible behind the wheel to make that happen. Carlin has shown their dominance in the testing that I have done with them, and have been a very professional team to work with. We have a great environment around us with great people, now we just need to apply those things on the track and win another championship!”