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Sargeant becomes first U.S. driver to win F2 race

Logan Sargeant became the first driver from the United States to win a Formula Two race when he held off a challenge from Theo Pourchaire to claim victory at the British Grand Prix on Sunday. Sargeant, a member of the Williams Formula One team driver academy, started from pole for the first time and controlled the race from the front, keeping his cool under pressure from Frenchman Pourchaire. Editor's Picks Hamilton urges British fans not to boo Verstappen 1dNate Saunders Hamilton removes nose stud for British GP 2dNate Saunders 1 Related "What a weekend for me and [team] Carlin for that matter, first pole position, first feature race win -- couldn't be happier to be honest,"...
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