Williams’ Logan Sargeant WITHDRAWS from Azerbaijan Sprint after the American crashed during qualifying as he appears to blame the Ferraris for ‘playing games on the track’

American rookie Logan Sargeant was withdrawn from the evening Sprint in Azerbaijan by Williams Saturday after crashing during the Sprint Shootout. The Williams driver crashed out of SQ1, the first segment of qualifying for the Sprint, as he hit the barriers out of Turn 15. After sustaining significant damage to the car, he will not participate in the 100km Sprint. The American driver had qualified a provisional 15th for the Sprint but appeared to blame his fellow drivers ahead of him for his crash. Especially the Red Bull seems to be a step ahead, so let’s see how it is,’ Leclerc said of the sprint race later in the day. The format change is designed to encourage drivers to take more risks in the sprint race because they won’t risk being penalized for the Grand Prix.

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