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NSU's victorious years, though spectacular, were so long ago that even I can only just remember them. The bike they vanquished was a single cylinder four stroke which could trace its ancestry back to the 1920's. Similarly, BMW's domination of sidecar racing was against mainly privately owned Norton singles. Fath humiliated them on his home made URS after the 'management' at BMW refused him any works assistance.On the same bike, Owesle repeated his feat.
MZ's victoies, though laudable, were too inconsistent. I remember spectating at the bottom od Bray Hill one year and the second lap was notable for the speed of the MZ's....eerily silent as they sped past with siezed engines. The modern Beemers, being 'German Copies' of Japanese designs, have yet to achieve very much.
Rogerio is right!