Rubens Barrichello says he has no problems with anyone at the Brawn team following his controversial comments after the German Grand Prix.
An angry Barrichello had accused the team of making him lose the race and said he did not want to hear any excuses. The Brazilian said later he had already moved on from that, and that he had understood he could not have won given his pace.
On Thursday Barrichello made it clear that, despite his comments, he had nothing against anyone at the team.
"I've said what I said, I talked to the team, I talked to Ross, I left the circuit with my head up," Barrichello told reporters in Hungary. "I talked to Ross on the following week. You get out of the car and sometimes there is trouble. For me, it's more the trouble of leading the first 15 laps and finishing sixth. It was very frustrating.
"I spoke to Ross on Tuesday and he said that he heard things that he didn't like and he said things that he shouldn't have as well. But we have a new update for this race and he wanted me perfectly straight to deliver my best.
"I sent a personal email to everyone in the team saying I had no personal problems with any of them. There was a rig problem and it could have happened to anyone. The team reacted very well. They know me and they know that if I have a problem with someone I go straight to the point."
When asked if the controversy would have an effect in his championship, he said: "No. I will be racing because of my talent, not because of what is happening on the outside."