Before the holidays began, the title-battling teammates' tenuous relationship was stretched even thinner when Hamilton refused to obey a team order in Hungary.
The German was saying little more than that.
Filling in the blanks, Hamilton told reporters: "He (Rosberg) has asked the team to sit down.
"He wants to discuss it. I on the other hand think it's in the past -- it's done and dusted."
"Ultimately the team wants to win," Hamilton told F1's official website.
"Sometimes you are in a situation where you have to make a decision -- let's put all our eggs in one basket, because that gets us the best result.
"In that moment it wasn't easy and for sure I left there (Hungary) thinking," he admitted. "I was uneasy about it."
Hamilton said the situation is clearer now and if boss Paddy Lowe issued a clear team order this weekend at Spa, it would be "down a gear and let him go!"
On the other hand, his intentions for Sunday and beyond are clear.
"I want to win the championship through my ability and fair opportunity," said Hamilton. "I sure don't want to finish second and be known as a nice guy."
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