1. A win at Daytona and a Happy New Year : Jan 11th, 2017

      Happy New Year – nice photo of how Brian finished his 2016 racing – Daytona , Brian finished 1st against tough opposition in his Royale RP 4.
      Brian Johnson racing at Daytona, photograph by Richard Carlino
      Photographer:  Richard Carlino 

      Please stop sending things to sign …. : Dec 20th, 2016

      Dear Everyone – please stop sending Brian things in the mail to sign. The volume of mail has been overwhelming and even if he sat and signed things from now till next Christmas, he would not be able to get through the mountains of mail. He really appreciates your kind thoughts but please don’t send photos, books, cd covers or other precious items, as we can no longer return them.

      Many thanks

      One of the best cars on the road – for over 80 years : Dec 12th, 2016

      A beautiful British 1929 Bentley – driven by a much younger British driver!


      Another podium for Brian – the third race meet in a row! : Dec 7th, 2016

      Sebring, Florida – Dec 3 and 4 – Brian, driving his Royale RP4, finished 2nd in the Enduro and 3rd in the Dash – well done that man!

      A happy Daytona winner! : Nov 17th, 2016

      the driver of the winning 1971 Royale RP4 at this weekends Daytona races in Florida

      1ST PLACE EDURO! Daytona Florida 13 November 2016 : Nov 13th, 2016


      And now a message from the Boss – “Just finished 1st at Daytona, pass it on”.img_3145


      The winning streak continues for our Brian at Daytona in Florida this weekend!

      photo by Brenda Johnson

      photo by Brenda Johnson

      Brian taking the checkered flag and a podium picture : Nov 1st, 2016

      and look who came first…….

      SAVANNAH, Georgia (October 29, 2016) – The Historic Sportscar Racing (HSR) Savannah Speed Classic presented by Mingledorff’s saw its second-straight day of perfect weather and outstanding on-track competition Saturday on the Grand Prize Circuit on Hutchinson Island.

      Saturday’s featured one-hour B.R.M. Vintage Enduro Classic was won overall by legendary Rock-and-Roller and equally accomplished historic sports car racing driverBrian Johnson.

      Johnson scored his victory after an impressive solo run in the one-hour race in his 1970 No. 21 Royale RP4 prepared by Heritage Motorsports. Second place in the B.R.M. Enduro went to Jeff Mitchell in the 1974 No. 41 BMW 2002 while Danny Burnstein and Kevin Wheeler drove the 1970 No. 76 Porsche 914/6 to a third-place showing for KMW Motorsports.

      About HSR: Historic Sportscar Racing (HSR) was formed in the mid-1970s with an event at Road Atlanta. There was one goal then and it remains true today: to celebrate the race cars from the past. As a “time machine” of sights and sounds, HSR provides a venue for competitors and spectators alike to share in the wonderful history and excitement created by the cars that competed at race tracks around the world. HSR currently sanctions eight vintage and historic racing events at some of the world’s most renowned race tracks, including Road Atlanta, Sebring International Raceway, Daytona International Speedway and more. The complete schedule and full event information can be found on HSR’s website at www.HSRRace.com. Look for the HSR Channel on YouTube and you can also follow HSR on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/HSRrace/ and on Twitter at @HSR_race.

      Podium time

      Podium time

      Brian takes the checkered flag

      Brian takes the checkered flag