Grosjean, who is set to be discharged from hospital on Wednesday after spending an extra night there, is set to leave Formula One next season.
Grosjean will miss this weekend's Sakhir Grand Prix in Bahrain as a result of his injuries, with his place at Haas being taken by reserve driver Pietro Fittipaldi. Nearly cried. A victory on my way to recovery'.
"Grosjean spent three nights in hospital following Sunday's incident at the Bahrain Grand Prix". Immediately upon impact, the Haas auto erupted into flames as the vehicle was split in half and saw a portion of the auto manage to wedge itself into the barrier.
'He is just trying to get better to be in the auto in Abu Dhabi. Grosjean will continue private treatment for the burns suffered on the back of his hands and will remain in Bahrain for the time being.
He does not have a drive for next season, after Haas chose to change their line-up and recruit two new drivers who come with financial backing for 2021.
Mick Schumacher, son of seven-time world champion Michael, is favourite to land the second seat at the American team with Grosjean's team mate Kevin Magnussen also leaving the team at the end of the season.
However, according to Haas team principal Gunther Steiner, Grosjean is hopeful of returning for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix the following week, which would be his final race with the team.
"I wasn't for the Halo some years ago but I think it's the greatest thing we brought to Formula 1 and without it I wouldn't be able to speak to you today".
Grosjean’s car penetrated the barriers
He said the accident felt like a "rebirth" that would mark him for life.
"I don't know if the word miracle exists or if it can be used, but in any case I would say it wasn't my time [to die]", the 34-year-old said.
"It felt much longer than 28 seconds", Grosjean told the outlet, referring to the amount of time that it took him to exit the fiery crash.
"I didn't want to end up like that. I got out, then I felt someone pulling on the suit, so I knew I was out".
The Frenchman, who had remained conscious throughout, miraculously extracted himself from the blazing wreckage before being helped to safety by fire marshals and FIA doctors.
Steiner added that he had also spoken to Grosjean about the accident. "He's got his hand bandaged from the burns, he was very happy" said Steiner.
"What he asked me was, 'How did I end up there?' I said, 'You ran over (Alpha Tauri driver Daniil) Kvyat's auto, basically, you turned right and ran over his front wheel, and that turned you around and put you in the wall'". "Thanks to all the medical staff at the circuit and at the hospital and hopefully I can write to you quite soon some messages and tell you how it's going", said Grosjean.
"I wouldn't say he lost any memory of it".