This weekend's Indian GP could yet be cancelled as the race's organisers have allegedly not paid entertainment taxes for the 2012 event.
According to the BBC, India's Supreme Court will hear a petition on Friday to cancel this year's Indian GP.
"We will hear the petition tomorrow," said Chief Justice P. Sathasivam.
Not for the first time, campaigner Amit Kumar has petitioned the Supreme Court with regards to Jaypee Sports International Limited and unpaid taxes.
Two years ago, the Court stepped in and ordered a freeze on a quarter of the ticket revenues in relation to a tax dispute.
Kumar argued back in 2011 that F1 was entertainment and not sport and therefore should not benefit from tax exemptions.
Now, the Court is once again involved although this time the consequence could be for Sunday's race to be cancelled.
A spokesman for Jaypee Sports International Limited said: "Whatever the court says, we are ready to follow.
"I have been contacted by other teams but we know where we want to be."
Howver, Vicky Chandhok, head of the Indian motorsport federation, is confident Sunday's race will go ahead.
"You do find the odd persons going out to try to stop sporting events - be it cricket or whatever," he told Autosport.
"It has happened before and it is nothing new to this country.
"We are the world's largest democracy and filing a public interest litigation [PIL] in any court is possible.
"However, the courts by themselves are just a system, and the judges do not take kindly to a sporting event being stopped, especially on the eve of the event."
The long-term future of the Indian Grand Prix is already in doubt as the race will not take place in 2014 as its a bid new date the following year.