"We accepted the decision of the stewards and that means we were okay with it," he said about the race ban.
"Now it is three weeks away, so we have to take what we can from that decision, improve some small areas and know that when you have a tough time and come back you are stronger."
Grosjean says ensuring he does not get involved in further incidents involves more than simply being less aggressive with rivals.
"It is more complex than just being extra cautious," he explained. "There are a few things that have to be in place, so we will try and learn from the difficult time and improve ourselves.
"In F1 it is very tight between taking the right decision or taking the wrong decision - maybe one tenth of a second or less. And a lot of stress.
"It comes with the experience to know what you can do to take the right decision, but it is also about preparation. We will change a few things around me to get better prepared for the race and improve myself."
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