Johncock

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Graham Johncock - Career Highlights
... In 2003, Johncock scored the most goals for the Adelaide Crows with 30 ... Johncock was leading the club champion award early in the 2005 season before breaking his leg in a game against Melbourne in round seven ... In recent years, Johncock has been playing mainly as a defender, teaming with fellow indigenous player Andrew McLeod in running the ball out of defence ...
Gordon Johncock - Early Career - Second Retirement
... Johncock completed a sixth place finish in the 1991 Indy 500 ... Since his retirement, Johncock has distanced himself from motorsports, and focuses on his timber business in Michigan ... In discussing the tragic 1973 race, Johncock appeared to have made peace with the circumstances ...
Gordon Johncock
... Gordon Johncock (born 5 August 1937, Hastings, Michigan) is a former racing driver, best known as a two-time winner of the Indianapolis 500 and the 1976 USAC Marlboro Championship Trail champion ... Johncock was most often simply referred to as "Gordy." ...
1982 Indianapolis 500 - Race Running - Finish
... With less than 20 laps to go, Gordon Johncock led Rick Mears ... Two laps later, Johncock dove into the pits ... Johncock pulled away, with a pit stop many seconds quicker than Mears' ...
1987 Indianapolis 500 - Time Trials - Weekend 1 - Second Day Qualifying - Sunday May 10
... Former winner Gordon Johncock was announced as the replacement for the injured Jim Crawford ... Johncock initially retired before the 1985 race, but had tentative plans for a return in 1986 ... Johncock was expected to immediately begin practicing on the track ...