Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes supervisor says the Briton is "an exemplary character" performing at the most elevated amount as he closes on a fifth Formula 1 world title.
Toto Wolff said Hamilton was "more total than any time in recent memory".
"[He is] indicating ordering execution in the auto and testing the whole group to perform to larger amounts in the meantime," Wolff included.
Hamilton will secure the title at Sunday's US Grand Prix in the event that he wins and Sebastian Vettel completes beneath second.
Regardless of whether Hamilton does not win at the Circuit of the Americas, he will be champion in the event that he outscores the Ferrari driver by eight points.
Hamilton, 33, has taken six triumphs in the last seven races and heads to this present end of the week's race in Austin, Texas, with a noteworthy lead with just a most extreme of 100 points accessible over the staying four races this season.
The British driver has won five of the six races held in Austin since the debut occasion in 2012 - one for McLaren in 2012, and the last four of every a column for Mercedes.
In any case, Wolff said the title fight was "a long way from being done".
"The Circuit of the Americas has been a decent track for us as far back as it was presented in the F1 logbook," Wolff said. "Be that as it may, past outcomes have no effect on the present title.
"Everybody in the group realizes that we can't underestimate anything, so we will be as determined as ever, hold our heads down and endeavor to get a decent outcome in Texas.
"This title battle has been thrilling and we can hardly wait for the following section in the epic skirmish of silver and red."
Wolff included: "While we didn't have the quickest auto in the late spring, we've seen the execution swing to support us as of late.
"In any case, it is nearer than it looked in late races. Ferrari has a solid auto and they will continue pushing until the specific last corner in Abu Dhabi.
"They have been commendable adversaries in the previous 17 races and we have no motivation to trust that this will change in the following four; simply like us, they will battle savagely for each point and position."
Then, Stoffel Vandoorne dropped by McLaren in Formula 1 for next season, is to drive for the Mercedes-subsidiary HWA group in the all-electric Formula E title beginning in December.
The Belgian will be a colleague to Briton Gary Paffett, who on Sunday won the DTM German Touring Car for Mercedes, the organization's last race in the arrangement.
HWA is serving in the inevitable fifth period of Formula E as a precursor to a full Mercedes manufacturing plant section in season six.