SPA - Nico Rosberg will face serious consequences, but his comments were misinterpreted and he did not deliberately crash into Lewis Hamilton in the Belgian Grand Prix, according to Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff. Speaking after a heated meeting to review Sunday's stormy race won by Australian Daniel Ricciardo, Wolff explained that Rosberg, who was booed on the podium, had wanted to make a point by not giving way when the pair collided on lap two.  But that, he said, did not mean he had intended to crash with Hamilton puncturing the Briton's left rear tyre and wrecking his race. "It looked quite clear to me, but we just had a meeting about it and he basically said he did it on purpose," said Hamilton. "He said he did it on purpose... He said he could have avoided it.”–AFP