Logan Sargeant has named his biggest takeaway from his rookie Formula 1 season, following his recent contract renewal.
The American made his debut with Williams at the Bahrain Grand Prix, where he impressed with his opening lap in which he gained three places from P16 on the grid.
Despite tough races midway through the year, Sargeant showed signs of promise again at the British GP by finishing 11th, then going on to score points at his home race in Austin following the disqualification of Lewis Hamilton and Charles Leclerc.
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Sargeant recently had his contract renewed with the Grove-based squad, who elected to wait until the end of the season to make a decision.
When asked about what his main takeaway is from a rookie season, he told media, including RacingNews365: "The biggest thing for me is appreciating the level of effort that needs to go into it to be able to perform at such a level every single day,"
"You can get away with on a semi-average day in junior formulas, you're still right at the front.
"Whereas here, that's not the case. So it's about trying to constantly be able to perform at that level, day in and day out. I think that's been the biggest thing."