This is a kind of call to arms. Or at least a request for information - or evidence - such as photographs and old race programmes. Keep reading, because this is important as it concerns the history of the oldest piece of motorsport silverware still awarded anywhere in the world.
I'm talking about the Royal Automobile Club's Tourist Trophy, which earlier this month became another addition to the bulging, collective CV of one of the great line-ups in sportscar history.
Victory in the World Endurance Championship opener at Silverstone for Audi drivers Andre Lotterer, Marcel Fassler and Benoit Treluyer means their names will go alongside those of Rudolf Caracciola, Tazio Nuvolari, Stirling Moss, Graham Hill and Derek Bell on the plinth of this great prize.