Williams provide timeline for Sargeant F1 seat decision

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Williams Team Principal James Vowles has detailed when he will make
a decision regarding his squad's driver line-up for next year. The
Grove-based squad has already signed Alexander Albon up for the
campaign, but question marks remain over the second seat currently
filled by Logan Sargeant. The American has endured a challenging
rookie campaign with a number of recent events being overshadowed
by crashes. His run of difficulties has led to speculation that he
could be dropped for next season. However, Vowles has asserted that
no decision will be taken before the end of the current campaign.
“I suspect it'll be to the end of the season,” he told media
including RacingNews365.com . “I think we've already committed to
the direction of travel we're in, he has targets to that and it'd
be wrong to go against that decision point. So end of the year.”
Sargeant frustrated Vowles offered further insight into Sargeant's
mindset, believing that his sense of frustration was present before
his run of on-track crases. “I think from him the frustration has
been there for many months actually,” he said. “He went into
Bahrain – probably the worst thing that can happen – he went into
Bahrain overlapped with Lando in terms of Q1, and he thought
perhaps the challenge in front of him may not be as significant as
it really is. “What you then saw after that time, Alex has grown, I
think, across this season, and the gap started to grow, as you
found a driver that's now frustrated, his normal tools aren't
producing the quality of lap-time that was there previously. “He
knows how to win. He's won in Formula 3, won in Formula 2 but
applying that now in and then not achieving results
creates more and more frustration. “Then that ends up with
over-driving, fundamentally. That's the dialling back bit.”

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