When not wowing millions of fans in one of the most influential rock bands of all time, AC/DC singer Brian Johnson gets behind the wheel of a powerhouse car, competing in international races—including Daytona. Here he indulges his passion for magnificent four-wheeled vehicles, visiting factories, and discussing what makes the world’s greatest manufacturers—from Porsche, Bugatti, and Lamborghini to Rolls-Royce, Mini, and Bentley—so iconic.
Brian talks with owners and experts to reveal the fascinating histories and mysteries of each ride and gets to the root of our need for speed with cars that inspire awe, envy and pride.
Brian Johnson shot to stardom with AC/DC in 1980. He debuted on the most successful heavy metal album ever, Back in Black, and he has toured and recorded with the band ever since. While not recording or performing, he collects and races cars, and has appeared on Top Gear and other motor programs and is never out of the news.
Mark Dixon is the Deputy Editor of Octane magazine, where he rides, reviews, and photographs cars. The magazine is published in the UK, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Sweden.