Logan Sargeant’s recent charge up the Formula 2 standings has brought him right into championship contention as we head into the final six rounds of the season.
Join us as we delve into the numbers behind our young Floridian’s rise up the order before he aims to keep recent momentum for next weekend's trip to Le Castellet.
Logan currently sits second in the F2 standings and is the leading rookie driver in the field.
There are just 39 points between the 21-year-old American and current leader, Felipe Drugovich.
Logan has scored points in all but one round of the F2 season so far and is showing no signs of slowing down any time soon.
His tally of 115 points to date puts him in a great position to push on in the next two races before the summer break.
WATCH: Logan Sargeant's charge up the F2 standings
No F2 driver has scored more points in the last three rounds than Logan has, having picked up 77 across the Baku, Silverstone and Spielberg weekends.
In fact, nobody comes close to his total, with Drugovich having earned the second most with 41 and Dennis Hauger securing 37.
With his Feature Race victory in Silverstone, Logan made a little bit of history by becoming the first American to stand on the top step in the modern era of F2.
As the Star-Spangled Banner rang out around the historic venue, our man certainly soaked it all in.
WATCH: Logan celebrates after picking us his maiden F2 win at Silverstone
Sarge has visited the podium on four occasions so far in 2022, with his maiden visit coming when he finished third in the Barcelona Sprint Race.
Next up was a P2 in the Baku Feature Race before he completed the set with a dominant victory in Silverstone.
His most recent visit came in Spielberg, crossing the line in P3 after a wild Feature Race, but this was eventually upgraded to P1, making it back-to-back victories for our Academy Driver.
Having started on wet tyres in Spielberg from P3 on the grid, Logan’s heart must have sunk when he realised the track had dried sufficiently for slicks before he could make his mandatory pit stop.
The drivers who gambled by starting on dry tyres soon sailed past and when Logan emerged after pitting on Lap 8 of 40, he found himself down in P14.
However, he started making the necessary moves to weave his way back through the field, whilst also maintaining enough life in his tyres to go the distance. It was an immense drive that ultimately saw him pick up the win.
If that drive - or better put, rampage - tells us anything, it’s that Logan can overtake at will and is hard to stop when in ‘hunting’ mode.
With a strong average starting grid position of 7.93, there haven’t been that many drivers ahead of him at lights out this season.
Yet, our Sarge has still managed to gain a hugely impressive 21 positions across the Sprint and Features Races that he’s finished.
We guess he’s called Logan Hunter Sargeant for a reason.
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