Nico Rosberg says attention now turns to the drivers' championship battle in the United States Grand Prix after Mercedes won the constructors' title.

A Mercedes one-two in Sochi was enough to give the team its first constructors' championship after a dominant season. Lewis Hamilton won the race in Russia, with his fourth consecutive victory leaving Rosberg 17 points behind with three rounds to go. However, while Rosberg has enjoyed the team's celebrations he says his focus is now on taking the championship fight to Abu Dhabi.

"What a week we had after Russia," Rosberg said. "Being back at Brackley and Brixworth with a Constructors' Championship title for Mercedes-Benz - the first one ever, of course - and celebrating with all the people I've watched working flat-out, day and night for nearly five years to achieve this goal - it was just fantastic. I'm really proud to be a part of this team along with all the great people within it, so it's great to see them get such a reward for all their efforts.

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"Now, of course, we target a big finish to the season in the final three races. It's still all to play for in the battle for the Drivers' Championship and I won't be giving up the fight until the flag drops in Abu Dhabi.

"Hopefully we can keep the entertainment going right to the end for the fans out there enjoying the contest. The first step comes in Austin, which is a really cool city and a great race track. I haven't had the best races there so far, but I'm determined to change that this year."