The wrangle over £300,000 worth of fees PKF claims it is owed for working on
the administration of the defunct Super Aguri Formula 1 racing team is set to go
to court in October.
Creditors, including Honda Motor Company and Brawn GP, formed out of Honda
GP, had voted against paying PKF’s fees.
Respondents to PKF’s plea are liquidators from BDO Stoy Hayward, who are
representing the creditors. The case is scheduled for 13 and 14 October.
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