Petrolheads are gearing up for a fantastic lap as Top Gear brings its live show to Scotland for the first time.

Clarkson, Hammond and May will kick off their three-day residency at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow tomorrow night. The 90-minute show will include stunts, supercars, dramatic challenges, motorised football, chariot racing and the Stig. To help you get revved up for the show, here are 10 driving songs.

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The Chain

Fleetwood Mac

Taken from 1977 album Rumours, this track is used as the theme for the BBC's F1 coverage. It was created by combining previously rejected material, including solo works by Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks.

Morning Glory


Written by Noel Gallagher, this track appeared on the band's second album, (What's the Story) Morning Glory? It was only released as a single in Australia and America.

All Right Now


Released in 1970, this track reached number two in the UK charts and four in the US. One of the engineers involved in the recording was Roy Thomas Baker who went on to work with Queen.

Driving in my Car


This track is about a Morris Minor that was used by the group before they became famous. The song was released in 1982 and spent eight weeks in the UK charts, peaking at number four.

Get Outta my Dreams, Get into my Car

Billy Ocean

Based on a line from Ringo Starr's song You're Sixteen, this track reached number one in America. It featured in the 1988 film License to Drive and was covered by Fenix TX for Nascar Thunder 2003.

Immigrant Song

Led Zeppelin

Taken from their 1970 album Led Zeppelin III, this track was inspired by a gig the band played in Reykjavik, Iceland. The song premiered at the Bath Festival, six days after it was written.

2-4-6-8 Motorway

The Tom Robinson Band

Released in 1977, this track reached number six in the UK charts. Robinson came up with the tune after trying to work out the chords to Climax Blues Band's Couldn't Get it Right.

Bohemian Rhapsody


Appearing on A Night at the Opera, this track's popularity was revived in 1992 after it was played in Wayne's World. The song has no chorus and, when recorded, was the most expensive single ever made.

Crosstown Traffic

The Jimi Hendrix Experience

Appearing on Electric Ladyland, this track features Hendrix playing a makeshift kazoo made of a comb and tissue paper along with his guitar. It reached 37 in the UK charts and 52 in America.

Kickstart my Heart

Motley Crue

This Grammy-nominated song appeared on the band's 1989 album Dr Feelgood. It has appeared in numerous films, TV and computer game soundtracks including Cars, The Office and Gran Turismo 3.