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Taxpayers Set To Drop US GP Legal Action

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Jul 4, 2011, 11:49 AM

By: GMM

Last week's clouds above the 2012 US grand prix have cleared.

Artist's rendering of the Circuit of the Americas
Artist's rendering of the Circuit of the Americas

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Until the Austin council met to ratify Texas' state funding for the event, the entire Circuit of the Americas project was in doubt.

And even before that, a group of taxpayers had filed legal action against comptroller Susan Combs' earlier approval of the annual $25m state subsidy.

The Austin American Statesman reports that an application to immediately block the release of the money with a restraining order was heard last Friday.

It was rejected by Travis county state district judge Rhonda Hurley.

The plaintiff's lawyer Jennifer Riggs said: "We're not certain, in light of the lack of support from the court, whether we're going to pursue the lawsuit."

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