"I saw her and she appreciated my comments. I think that was the only confirmation I needed," Ricciardo said to media like Motorsport.com on Thursday as he prepared for the second GP-weekend in Bahrain.
Ricciardo spoke with F1
The Australian also spoke yesterday with the organisation of Formula 1 about the incident. "There was an offer (to talk) and I am using it today. After the race I was not only a bit heated, but I also had to analyse my own race so I didn't think it was the right time. Today I'm going to listen to their motives and from that point on we'll see. I like to listen to them and find out things."
Grosjean will not be able to participate in the Outer Loop of the Bahrain International Circuit this weekend. He will be replaced by Pietro Fittipaldi, who will make his debut in the pinnacle of motorsport.