Bernie Ecclestone will be in the dock on Tuesday when a civil case relating to bribery allegations begins in London.
The F1 supremo is being sued by a former stakeholder in F1, Constantin Medien AG, to the tune of $171 million.
The company alleges that Ecclestone undersold German bank BayernLB's stake in Formula One to CVC.
"It's not ideal, it would be better if it wasn't happening, but we can't change the court system," Ecclestone told Bloomberg when asked if it would 'clash with his duties as CEO'.
The case, though, is not the only one that Ecclestone is facing as he may also be heading to German in the months to come to answer charges relating to the bribery scandal.
The 83-year-old is alleged to have bribed Gerhard Gribkowsky with regards to the sale. Gribkowsky has already been convicted.
As such German prosecutors may keep an eye on proceedings to see if anything that emerges helps their case.
"Ecclestone is engaged in a multiple-front war, facing the problem of multiple defense lines," German defense lawyer Alexander Engelhardt told the news agency.
"What might help in the UK may well hurt in Germany, and whatever is produced in either proceeding must be expected to resurface in another civil or criminal proceeding somewhere sometime."
He added: "The Constantin case is not only about a huge amount of money. The UK proceeding is dangerous in that it may produce incriminating evidence which could be used by Munich prosecutors."