Turkish Grand Prix organisers have paid their part of the record fine imposed by Formula One's ruling body following this year's race.
Organisers were handed a $5 million fine last month after a podium controversy at the race in August. The fine was appealed, with a verdict expected on 8 November, when the International Court of Appeal will meet in Paris.
Despite the appeal, the organisers of the Turkish Grand Prix, MSO, have paid $2.5 million, removing their liability.
The remaining $2.5 million must be paid the National Sporting Authority of Turkey, TOSFED.