Romain Grosjean has revealed that he known as Mercedes Formulation 1 chief Toto Wolff to debate his feedback over the British Grand Prix weekend, having been sad with what was stated.
Grosjean accused the F1 stewards of giving Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton preferential remedy after they didn’t sanction him for an alleged block throughout qualifying at Silverstone.
Wolff fired again by saying that Grosjean ought to be grateful he’s nonetheless in F1 given his earlier on-track incidents, prompting the Frenchman to get in contact.
“I known as Toto. We had an incredible telephone name,” Grosjean stated. “We defined one another. There are tensions, they’re combating for a world championship.
“In all probability a few of my phrases had been reported to Toto another way. I did not imply something towards Lewis or Mercedes. Simply saying it value me two positions on the grid, beginning P8 or P10 is a special matter in Formulation 1 and we’re all combating for a similar issues.
“I do apologise, I stated their GPS just isn’t good which isn’t truthful to Mercedes, nonetheless considering that I used to be on a quick lap and I misplaced three-tenths, it is a disgrace but it surely’s behind us now. It is all good, I spoke with Toto and we’re pals.”
When requested if Wolff regretted his feedback, Grosjean stated: “It is within the warmth of the second, so it is advantageous.”