Hydraulics issue played a part in Sargeant's Dutch GP crash

A hydraulics issue triggered Logan Sargeant’s heavy crash in the Dutch Grand Prix, but the American admitted he had been too cautious fearing an incident after his Saturday error. Sargeant made it through to Q3 for the first time on Saturday but then crashed at Turn 2 when he dipped a dry wheel onto the wet part of track in what he described as a “millimeter mistake”. After Williams repaired his car for a P10 start, rain on the first lap saw Sargeant drop to the back once again on slicks. He was trying to recover when he went off…

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