Three generations of Johnson will share the track at Ipswich. Pic: Matthew Paul Photography

DICK Johnson will return to the wheel of a Supercar at Queensland Raceway on Monday as part of a special Dick Johnson Racing activation.

The 77-year-old Supercars Hall of Famer will share the track with 47-year-old son Steven and 17-year-old grandson Jett.

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They will enjoy a 15-minute track session together from 8am in current Shell V-Power Racing Team Ford Mustang GTs.

The three Johnsons with Jett’s Trans Am Mustang. Pic: Supplied

It’s being billed by the team as the “first and only time” the trio will share a race track.

Monday will also act as a hand-over day for the DJR Mustang purchased by Michael Anderson for his team’s Repco Bathurst 1000 wildcard entry.

Dick Johnson aboard DJRTP02 at the 2019 Adelaide 500. Pic: Ford Performance

Dick Johnson last drove a Supercar at the 2019 Adelaide 500, taking part in Ford promotional sessions alongside Marcos Ambrose in a NASCAR and Scott McLaughlin in a road car.

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The five-time Australian Touring Car Champion retired from full-time driving at the end of 1999, handing the keys of his #17 Shell Falcon to son Steven.

‘Junior’ Johnson raced full-time for DJR until the completion of the 2012 season and has spent recent years driving Team Johnson-prepared Touring Car Masters cars.

Jett meanwhile is this year embarking on his first season of national car racing in Trans Am with Team Johnson and will be in action this weekend at Sydney Motorsport Park.

Steven’s ‘Tru-Blu’ XD Falcon will though be absent from the TCM races due to a funding shortfall.