The track operators had faced legal and planning issues
Donington Park bosses have not revealed if it has the funds and plans in place to satisfy F1 bosses it is ready to host next year's British Grand Prix.
Circuit management have less than 24 hours to provide Formula 1 surpremo Bernie Ecclestone with evidence of its ability to hold the event.
It will cost £80m to bring the Leicestershire circuit up to standard.
The venue could be in danger of losing the 2010 race, one which would bring huge investment to the East Midlands.
The company which operates the track has faced legal and planning problems since being given the rights to stage the race and has declined all week to comment on whether it will be able to meet the latest deadline set by Mr Ecclestone.
Bosses at the track have continually dismissed doubts over its ability to host the event.
Motor racing at Donington Park ended last month so work could begin to prepare the venue for next year's grand prix.
Speaking last week Mr Ecclestone told BBC Sport: "Donington have had 'a bit more time' three times...they can't have much more."
The last major race at Donington was the British Moto GP in July.
Donington Park secured the contract to host the British Grand Prix from next year in July 2008, at the expense of Silverstone, which has been home to the race since 1987.
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