No apology from Grosjean for Spa crash reveals furious Sauber 9 September, 2012 Sep.9 (GMM) Peter Sauber has slammed as a “lie” suggestions Romain Grosjean and Lotus apologised for last weekend’s Belgian grand prix crash. Fernando Alonso, who narrowly escaped injury when the now-banned Grosjean’s Lotus flew across his cockpit at Spa, confirmed that the French driver subsequently said sorry by text message. And Lotus boss Eric Boullier said Grosjean has also spoken to the others caught up in the shunt, including Lewis Hamilton and Sergio Perez. Perez’s Sauber teammate Kamui Kobayashi was also smashed out of the race by the Grosjean incident, having qualified a career-best second at Spa. “I read everywhere that Grosjean has apologised to all the drivers for the starting accident at Spa,” team boss Peter Sauber is quoted by Blick newspaper. “(That’s) a lie. He has contacted neither Sergio nor Kamui,” said the Swiss. Tweet Related NewsSauber: It was a difficult weekendSauber: Our drivers were always at the limitSauber: Performance was where we expectedSauber: We are happy about such a great resultSauber: We are very happy with the resultSauber: It was quite a challenging daySauber teenager Sirotkin to attend Monza raceItalian Grand Prix: Sauber previews MonzaNew engine deal for Sauber to be announced at MonzaKaltenborn: No one expected things would turn out so well at Monza VEne yeah that arrogant swiss french fries head airhead grosjean! it’s a lie! he will be replaced by kovaleinen and a good finnish pairing for next season!