Some say he can name every single starting XI from Burton Albion's inaugural season in 1950/51. All we know is he's called the Stig of Top Gear fame - and he's a big Brewers fan.
Football clubs up and down the land have celebrities who famously don their team's colours and cheer them on to victory.
Gavin and Stacey star James Corden is a die-hard West Ham United fan, Piers Morgan tweets constantly about the fortunes of his beloved Arsenal and Oasis brothers Liam and Noel Gallagher are massive Manchester City supporters.
And the Brewers have their won well-known follower.
The Stig - the mystery Top Gear star whose role it was to set fast laps in cars tested on the show and whose identity is never revealed - is an Albion supporter, according to Jeremy Clarkson, who hosted the hit BBC show.
In a tweet in 2014, Clarkson said: "Just heard from the Stig. It seems, he supports Burton Albion."
There is also a clip on Youtube of the Stig at the Brewers' 2-1 League Two victory over Bristol Rovers in 2011. In classic understated Stig style, he refrains from celebrating an Albion goal as the rest of the supporters around him cheer and jump around.
The mystery Top Gear driver is not the only famous figure to have been spotted at the Pirelli Stadium in the past, though.
Comedian and TV presenter Jim Davidson was present for Albion's 2-1 loss to Newcastle United last term, before going on to perform at the ground on a charity night to raise money for Care After Combat, a UK charity providing professional assistance to help the well-being of former Armed Forces personnel and their families.
Davidson, though, is a Charlton Athletic supporter at heart, but no doubt the cheered the Brewers on that night.
South Derbyshire tenor Thomas Spencer, meanwhile, has regularly performed before and at half-time of Albion games at the Pirelli Stadium.
A passionate Derby County fan, Spencer - whose new album The Journey was released last month - has taken to the Pirelli turf on several occasions to perform and gee the Brewers crowd up.
His last performance came during the break of Albion's 4-2 defeat to Reading on the final game of last season, with the Brewers' Championship safety already secured.
Judging by the upcoming nuptials of Rich Seagrave and Rebecca Wilding, Albion have their fair share of die-hard fans as well as those famous faces in the stands.