Williams Week – 28th November 2022 – The Week in Review


“They were helpful with us [over Piastri], and it will be a big help for Logan to run in an F1 car – a two-year-old car now, but still relatively close. And if that’s what they decide to do, we’d be willing to look at it.” – Otmar Szafnauer

Sargeant lined up for winter testing with 2021 Alpine F1 car

Sargeant headed into the Abu Dhabi F2 season finale needing to score 10 Super Licence points in order to meet the required threshold to compete in Formula 1 – with Sargeant easily surpassing that figure by securing P4 in the final drivers’ standings.

Williams confirm Logan Sargeant to race alongside Alex Albon for 2023

In promoting Sargeant, it makes their junior programme – which they are looking to expand and invest in going forward, including running a proper old-car programme to give drivers vital experience with F1 machinery – an attractive one for future stars.

Why Williams promoted American Sargeant to a race seat in 2023

“I wasn’t made aware of that until after Monza. That was when it pretty much became concrete as long as I achieved my Super Licence, and I think they decided to tell me early in order to prep as best as I could and be as ready as I could for the last race” – Logan Sargeant

Sargeant reveals when he was told he was in the hot seat for 2023 Williams drive, as he says he hopes to ‘stay in F1 for a long time’

“I am grateful to have had these three years in Formula 1, they have been character-building to say the least. Obviously there have been more lows than highs but I also have a lot of good memories left with the team. I’m going to focus on that and remember the positives.” – Nicholas Latifi

Latifi on time at Williams: ‘Going to focus on the positive’

“Honestly, the usuals, Monaco, Silverstone, the three in the US, will obviously be amazing for me. Those are probably my standouts. And Suzuka, I’ve always wanted to drive there. So looking forward to that.” – Logan Sargeant

Logan Sargeant discusses the races he is relishing most after Williams call-up

“I’m delighted to be the CIO at Williams and continue my journey with the business. I have really enjoyed working with everyone since I joined earlier in the year and I am looking forward to being part of the development and progression at Williams Racing in the coming years.” – Doug Goodridge

Doug Goodridge Appointed Chief Information Officer

“I really do feel like in the moments where we’ve had the chance to score points, we have.” – Alex Albon

Williams ‘scored points whenever we had the chance to in 2022’

“I’m very grateful for the three years I’ve had with Williams in Formula 1” – Nicholas Latifi

Nicholas Latifi leaves F1 ‘feeling like I wanted to achieve and accomplish more’

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