High-ranking Indian motor racing official Vicky Chandhok has played down the likelihood this weekend's grand prix will be called off.
A supreme court judge will on Friday hear a petition filed by a campaigner to cancel the formula one race because of unpaid entertainment taxes.
"We will wait for the court's directive," a spokesman for race promoter Jaypee said.
"Whatever the court says, we are ready to follow."
But Chandhok, the father of former F1 driver Karun, said petitions like this are customary in the Indian democracy.
"Personally, I don't think it will affect the event at all," he is quoted by the Mirror newspaper.
In the Guardian, he added: "I...
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