Formula One world champions Red Bull say they'll reduce the use of team orders after owner Dietrich Mateschitz intervened in the Sebastian Vettel row.
Mateschitz has agreed with principal Christian Horner that Red Bull will change how they use the orders.
Horner says Dietrich is not a fan of team orders.
He says therefore they will not impose team orders at the end of a race, however, they expect the drivers to act on the information they have from the team.
Vettel has apologised for disregarding an order not to pass team-mate Mark Webber to win in Malaysia last month, but has said he would probably do it again.
Formula One is in Shanghai this weekend.