Albon vs Sargeant: All 2024 Williams Head To Head Stats

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Saturday, 20 April 2024 at 11:40
Updated at Thursday, 16 May 2024 at 11:07
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Alex Albon and Logan Sargeant both drive for Williams in the 2024 Formula One World Championships.
The two Williams drivers had very different routes to their 2024 seats. Albon's career has been a real rollercoaster, as he unexpectedly got a seat in Red Bull Racing in 2019 and drove for the team in 2020.
However, once he returned to F1 in 2022, his career seemingly took a step back when he went to one of the slowest teams on the grid. In the first season, he managed to outclass his teammate Nicolas Latifi.
In the second season, the Thai driver was joined by Logan Sargeant, who, too, couldn't keep up with Albon in their only season together so far, as the American was outscored (1 vs. 27).

Albon vs Sargeant: All 2024 Williams H2H Stats:

Category Alex AlbonLogan Sargeant
Championship standings17th (0 points)21st (0 points)
Grand Prix results head-to-head41
Qualifying head-to-head50
Grand Prix wins00
Pole positions00
Podiums00
Best finish11th (x2)14th (x1)
Retirements11
Fastest laps00
Grand Prix points finishes00
Sprint head-to-head11
Sprint race wins00
Sprint shootout head-to-head11
Sprint race podiums00

2024 Bahrain Grand Prix Summary - Albon vs Sargeant:

The first race of the 2024 season was a very weird one for Williams. On the one hand, Albon managed to qualify 13th, looking ahead for the race, but he couldn't really make any progress.
Albon finished the race 15th, but Sargeant's result was much worse. At one moment, the American driver found himself in the run-off area, taking nearly a minute to properly recover, and from there, it was a testing session for him.
He was the only driver that finished two laps behind the winner Max Verstappen, and the first race of the season went terribly for the American driver, who needs to perform well in 2024 to keep his seat.

2024 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix Summary - Albon vs Sargeant:

As opposed to his teammate, Albon made it to Q2 in qualifying and qualified in a very decent P12. During the race, he had a chance to fight for P10.
However, he got stuck in the train behind Kevin Magnussen, who intentionally slowed down everyone behind him to allow his teammate Nico Hulkenberg to take the one point for P10. Sargeant finished in P14 and the Thai driver in P11, almost 12 seconds behind Hulk.

2024 Australian Grand Prix Summary - Albon vs Sargeant:

The 2024 Australian Grand Prix was probably the weirdest one in the rivalry of the Williams drivers. After Albon crashed his car during FP1, and the team wasn't able to repair it in time, they made a difficult decision.
Albon replaced Sargeant in his car, which the American driver called "the hardest moment of his career." Therefore, he was withdrawn from the race, as the team only had one car, but the move still didn't produce any points for Williams, as the Thai driver finished only 11th.

2024 Japanese Grand Prix Summary - Albon vs Sargeant:

The Grand Prix in Japan ended in a disappointment for Williams. After a really painful weekend in Australia for the American driver, he returned to the grid at the Suzuka Circuit, but the race was everything but a success for the British team.
Albon crashed out already on the opening lap after colliding with Daniel Ricciardo, and Sargeant also struggled during the race, finishing last of the drivers that finished the race, 17th, while also leaving the track for a brief period in what could have ended in a retirement.

2024 Chinese Grand Prix Summary - Albon vs Sargeant:

The season's first Sprint weekend got off to a rough start for Williams. Both of their drivers failed to make it out of SQ1, with Albon securing a start from P18, while Sargeant placed 20th.
The Sprint wasn't any better for the two, as they finished in the same order, but 17th and 18th, and while Albon managed to improve in the qualifying and put his Williams to P14, Sargeant couldn't escape the last position once again.
Despite qualifying quite low, both drivers benefited from three retirements from the race, but that wasn't enough to put them into points positions, as Albon finished 12th, with Sargeant crossing the finish line last of the cars that finished the race - in P17.

2024 Miami Grand Prix Summary - Albon vs Sargeant:

Miami Grand Prix is Sargeant's home race, and the 23-year-old benefited from the atmosphere on his home soil. He beat Albon both in Sprint qualifying and the sprint race, although his P10 wasn't enough to score points. Albon finished the sprint in P13.
Albon re-established his dominance and outqualified Sargeant for the Grand Prix. However, the Williams car didn't have the pace to match its rivals during the weekend.
Sargeant was running in P18 when he collided with Magnussen, resulting in an unfortunate DNF. The consequent safety car helped Albon get in front of his rivals, but he still didn't have the pace on hard tires to hold on to his P13. In the end, he finished in P19, but P18 after Magnussen's penalty was added.