Despite admitting that he was in the wrong, Vettel refuses to apologise for the incident.
"Obviously what stuck to [people's] heads is the way the race ended, but I think as I said there's not much more to add than what happened," Vettel told Sky Sports News.
"I told the team straight after, I apologised for putting myself above the team, which I didn't mean to do, but there's not much more to say really.
"I don't apologise for winning - I think that's why people employed me in the first place and why I'm here. I love racing and that's what I did."
The Formula 1 season resumes with the Chinese Grand Prix this Sunday.