A verdict in the dispute between the FIA and N.Technology over the 2010 Formula 1 entry process is expected on November 10.
The Italy-based group was one of those that missed out when Campos, Manor and US F1 were awarded the three vacant slots in the 2010 field. Its parent company MSC began legal action in July after suggesting that there had been irregularities in the process.
"We are doing this in the name of sport," MSC board member Angelo Codignoni told AUTOSPORT at the time. "From our point of view, the procedure for dealing with new entrants was not respected and there was not transparency about the process and preparations for the 2010 championship."
The hearing in the case took place yesterday.