Five quintessential sportscar manufacturers are vying for the mantle of the fans' favourite brand in the FIA World Endurance Championship survey.
After two weeks of voting, over 40,000 WEC fans have already had their say - with the 'exit poll' showing that five marques with a total of 43 outright Le Mans 24 Hours victories are in the frame for the coveted number-one spot.
In alphabetical order: Aston Martin, Audi, Ferrari, McLaren and Porsche are all in contention.
Three of these manufacturers already compete in the WEC - while McLaren has been strongly linked with a future sportscar programme and Audi quit at the end of 2016.
In August this year, McLaren executive director Zak Brown pledged that it would be prepared to build and run cars in the top-level LMP1 class if future rules are made more cost-effective.
When told of McLaren's popularity among fans, he said: "The WEC and Le Mans remain on our radar. But there are no definites - we are working on plans.
"We are engaged at the table, but it has to be a reasonably-budgeted racing platform, and as we showed at Indy this year [with Fernando Alonso], McLaren would love to expand its racing portfolio beyond what we have today."