McLaren are to look into changing their pitlane speed limiter system to ensure drivers cannot accidentally activate it, following Heikki Kovalainen's late-race drama in Melbourne.
Kovalainen had just overtaken Fernando Alonso for fourth place when he inadvertently hit the pitlane speed limiter button on the start-finish straight - which slowed his car down and allowed Alonso to repass him.
In light of what happened, McLaren are to look into modifying the system to ensure that such a scenario cannot happen again.
McLaren's engineering director Paddy Lowe told this week's Autosport: "We'll certainly look at changing it for the future.
"I think we could have done a better job frankly to stop that happening - either in the way it's managed electronically or just simply in the way we manage it ergonomically. It shouldn't be something you can pick up by accident when you're moving your hands around."
Some teams have systems where the speed limiter is deactivated above a certain speed or gear.