John Goss (racing Driver) - Career Results - Complete 24 Hours of Le Mans Results

Complete 24 Hours of Le Mans Results

Year Pos Class No Team Co-Drivers Chassis Engine Laps
1976 27 GT 70 "Beurlys" John Blaton
Nick Faure
Porsche 934 Porsche 3.0L Turbo Flat-6 168
Sporting positions
Preceded by
Allan Moffat
Ian Geoghegan
Winner of the Bathurst 1000
1974
(with Kevin Bartlett)
Succeeded by
Peter Brock
Brian Sampson
Preceded by
Max Stewart
Winner of the Australian Grand Prix
1976
Succeeded by
Warwick Brown
Preceded by
Peter Brock
Larry Perkins
Winner of the Bathurst 1000
1985
(with Armin Hahne)
Succeeded by
Allan Grice
Graeme Bailey
Bathurst 1000 winners
Nine-time
Seven-time
  • Jim Richards
Six-time
  • Larry Perkins
  • Mark Skaife
Five-time
  • Craig Lowndes
Four-time
  • Harry Firth
  • Bob Jane
  • Allan Moffat
  • Greg Murphy
  • Jamie Whincup
Three-time
  • Dick Johnson
  • Garth Tander
Two-time
  • John Bowe
  • John Goss
  • Allan Grice
  • Russell Ingall
  • Rick Kelly
  • Tony Longhurst
  • Steven Richards
One-time
  • Aaltonen
  • Bailey
  • Bargwanna
  • Bartlett
  • Bond
  • Bosworth
  • D. Brabham
  • G. Brabham
  • Bright
  • Coad
  • Davison
  • Dumbrell
  • Fitzpatrick
  • French
  • Geoghegan
  • Gibson
  • Hahne
  • Hansford
  • Harvey
  • Holden
  • Ickx
  • T. Kelly
  • McLeod
  • McPhee
  • Mezera
  • Morris
  • Mulholland
  • Parsons
  • Percat
  • Percy
  • Reynolds
  • Roberts
  • Roxburgh
  • Rydell
  • Sampson
  • Seton

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