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"But if you use all the stats instead of deciding your own time scale, you will see that british riders have done better than USA, and its championships that count."
Nothing like tipping the scales in your favor, being that riders from the US did not regularly attempt to contest for the championship until the mid 1970's. Most of the Americans prior to then, only did one off races at the Isle of Man.
Your comment is about as valid as someone mocking the UK for not winning the Indy 500 in any of the 42 races prior to Jimmy Clark winning it in 1965. For the mass majority of those races, there was no UK presence even at the event. Not really anything to ridicule about, just as your comparison isn't. You cannot be expected to win, if you are not even entered.