The Indian Grand Prix will go ahead, according to race organisers, despite the country's highest court hearing a petition on Friday to have it cancelled over tax issues.The Supreme Court will hear the case after campaigner Amit Kumar accused race promoters Jaypee Sports International (JPSI) of not paying entertainment taxes in full for the 2012 race.
Indian motorsports chief Vicky Chandhok said: "The race will go on. There's absolutely no doubt about that.
"This has happened many times before. You've had people trying to stop cricket matches...our justice system is pretty strong that no sporting event should be stopped.
"It's a civil matter, let it be heard in court as long...
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