Nico Rosberg has revealed he learned "various things" from Mercedes' latest team order row that he intends adapting for the future.
Last time out in Hungary, with Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton on different strategies, the German found himself behind his team-mate out on track.
Hamilton was ordered to move over but told the team that the Championship leader would have to do the work himself.
The end result was a third place for Hamilton, a fourth for Rosberg, and just 11 points separating the two in the Championship race.
Asked for his thoughts about Hungary, Rosberg said: "I gather it was a bit of a mess in the media after Hungary, so it's best I don't add too much, add too many details.
"In general, of course we discussed it after the race because it's important to review a situation like that, and how to move forward.
"I learned various things from that race which I will adapt for the future."
The 29-year-old was pushed to elaborate on what he meant but refused to.
"I don't really want to go into too much more detail than that," he said.
"As I said, we sat down and discussed it all, we reviewed to change things for the future, and that's what we've done."