Logan Sargeant tours the Vegas Golden Knights locker room with Williams teammate Alex Albon, as he dons colors of the team that beat his Florida Panthers in Stanley Cup Final

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  • Sargeant’s Florida Panthers lost to the Golden Knights in five games in June
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Williams Racing drivers Alex Albon and Logan Sargeant were given a special behind-the-scenes tour of T-Mobile Arena – home of the NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights.

Two two F1 stars were greeted by some cabaret dancers in team colors and by the team mascot, Chance, the Gila monster.

In the locker room they found two custom jerseys, both complete with their racing numbers.

But it wasn’t until they put them on that Albon and Sargeant realized the Florida-born driver could get into trouble.

You see, Sargeant is a die-hard fan of the Florida Panthers – the team the Golden Knights defeated to win the Stanley Cup this year.

Williams’ Logan Sargeant (L) and Alex Albon (R) toured the Vegas Golden Knights arena

Sargeant was mocked by the Golden Knights' mascot, Chance, for being a Panthers fan

Sargeant was mocked by the Golden Knights’ mascot, Chance, for being a Panthers fan

Florida Panthers players look dejected

The Vegas Golden Knights celebrate winning the Cup

The Panthers just lost to the Golden Knights in five games in the Stanley Cup Finals

Albon joked: ‘You’re going to get a lot of hate for this’ – to which Sargeant agreed.

After that revelation, Chance, the mascot, began gesturing to kick Logan out of the locker room before having his picture taken.

For photos, Chance put Sargeant’s head in his mouth, sparking laughter around the room.

Sargeant will be hoping he can perform better at the first Las Vegas Grand Prix than his beloved Panthers did in Sin City earlier this year.

After being battered 5-2 and 7-2 in Vegas, the Panthers won Game 3 3-2 in overtime.

But the Golden Knights returned the favor with a 3-2 win in the next game and sealed the Cup with a 9-3 loss in the decisive Game 5.

It is the first Stanley Cup in Golden Knights history, while the Panthers are 0-2 all-time in Cup Finals.