Sunday's Indian Grand Prix will go ahead as scheduled after a hearing into a legal challenge was delayed.
On Thursday, it was announced that India's Supreme Court would hear a petition on Friday to cancel this year's Indian GP.
The petition related to race promoters Jaypee Sports International (JPSI) failing to pay entertainment tax for last year's event.
JPSI, however, deny the allegations with spokesman Askari Zaidi insisting that they had paid what they were asked to.
The hearing, though, did not take place on Friday with the courts delaying it until next week.
"The case will now be heard next week," a court official told Reuters on Friday.
As such, this weekend's race will go ahead without any hindrance.
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