Logan Sargeant is to replace Latifi in his quest to earn Super Licence points.

For the penultimate race of the 2022 Formula 1 season, which will take place in Brazil, Williams has confirmed that Logan Sargeant will once more go behind the wheel and participate in a practice session.

If the American earns the necessary super licence points to qualify for a Formula 1 seat, he will replace Nicholas Latifi as the driver for Williams.

The final race in Abu Dhabi will be crucial for the American since super licence points will be awarded depending on finishing positions in the F2 championship. One position can make the difference between a Formula 1 seat and a year on the sidelines.

A driver can also earn points by driving 100 kilometres in a Formula 1 car, which is typically done during a practice session.’

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The 21-year-old driver participated in Williams’ practice sessions in Austin and Mexico, but the red flag delays in Mexico City caused Sargeant to fall short of the 100km mark, resulting in no points. He will have another chance to improve his 2023 Formula One chances in Brazil.

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“I’m looking forward to getting back in the FW44 for FP2 in Sao Paulo,” said the young American driver.

“I can’t wait to keep progressing with the team and building on the experience I gained in Austin and Mexico City.

“To be given the opportunity to drive at such an iconic track like Interlagos with its banked corners and the Senna S is a great feeling. A massive thank you once again to everyone at Williams for giving me another chance to get behind the wheel.”