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1940-1949

25 March 1940 – Circuito di Addis Abeba (Addis Ababa)
Leo Lorenzi (Moto-Guzzi) won the 500cc race. Giovanni Dalle Fusine (Norton) finished third. Guisto Zaro (Moto-Guzzi) won the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

March (?) 1940 – New Zealand TT, Waiheke Island
R.Lawton won. We have no further information about this event.

26 May 1940 – Circuito di Crema
Giovanni Zagni (Moto-Guzzi) won the 500cc race and Italo Milani won the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

May 1940 – Circuito di Genoa
Dorino Serafini (Gilera) won the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

The early post-war era is in some ways more complicated to research because of the expansion in the number of important race meetings. As we research an era which is still in living memory we are particularly interested to hear from ex-racers who may be able to assist the project, in particular from those who may have kept a record of their results.

September 1945 – Circuito di Piacenza
Nello Pagani (Gilera) won the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

September 1945 – GP de la Libération, Nice
The race winners were: 500cc – Jacques Onda (Magnat-Debon), 350cc – Jean Behra (Terrot), 250cc – Marcel Perrin (OK-Supreme), 175cc – Henri Nougier (Magnat-Debon). We have no further information about this event.

October 1945 – Circuit de Vienna
Andor Szabó and Rudolf Runtsch (Norton) won races, believed to be the 500cc and 350cc events. We have no further information about this event.

January 1946 – New Zealand TT, Waiheke Island
Matchless machines won the 350cc race and finished second in the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

20 April 1946 – Bathurst Victory TT
We have the result of the Unlimited race. Dave Jenkins (Velocette) won the 350cc race and Ted Carey (Velocette) won the 250cc race. We have no further details about this event.

22 April 1946 – Victorian TT, Ballarat
The race winners were: 500cc – Tim Cohen (Norton), 350cc – Frank Mussett (Velocette), 250cc – Les Diener (Velocette), Sidecar – Frank Pratt (BMW). We have no further details about this event.

5 May 1946 – Circuito di Monza (run in Monza Park)
Aldo Brini (Gilera) won the 500cc race and Bruno Ruffo (Moto-Guzzi) won the 250cc race. We have no further details about this event.

12 May 1946 – Circuito di Luino
Carlo Bandirola (Gilera) won the 500cc race. Barresi (Benelli) and Nino Grieco (Miller) finished 1st and 2nd in the 250cc race. We have no further details about this event.

18 May 1946 – Circuito delle Ferriere, Terni
We have no results.

26 May 1946 – Circuito di Mantova (Mantua)
Nello Pagani (Gilera) won the 500cc race and shared the fastest lap with Omobono Tenni (Moto-Guzzi). Bruno Francisci (Moto-Guzzi) won the 250cc race and Gianni Leoni (Moto-Guzzi) set the fastest lap. We have no further details about this event.

26 May 1946 – Circuit de l’Entre Sambre et Meuse, Mettet
The race winners were: 500cc – Roger Laurent (Norton), 350cc – Lous van Rijswijk (Velocette), Sidecar – Frans Vanderschrick (Norton). We have no further information about this event.

23 June 1946 – Circuito di Piacenza
We have the 500cc result. Bruno Francisci (Moto-Guzzi) won the 250cc race and Nino Martelli (Moto-Guzzi) set the fastest lap. We have no further details about this event.

June 1946 – GP del F.M.I., Lugo
The race winners were: 500cc – Rabitti (Gilera), 250cc – Pezzaglia (Moto-Guzzi), Sidecar – Borri (Gilera). We have no further details about this event.

7 July 1946 – Circuito di Pesaro
Luigi Ruggeri (Moto-Guzzi) won the 500cc race and Bruno Ruffo (Moto-Guzzi) won the 250cc race. We have no further details about this event.

11 August 1946 – GP de la Sambre, Tamines
We have no solo results.

18 August 1946 – Circuito di Salsomaggiore
– Circuito du Limbourg, Genk

We have no results.

August 1946 – Circuit de St.Cloud
We have the winners and some second places.

1 September 1946 – Circuito de Mendrisio
Nello Pagani (Gilera) won the 500cc race. Hans Kaufmann (Norton) and Nino Grieco (Velocette) finished frst and second in the 350cc race. We have no further details about this event.

8 September 1946 – Circuito di Genova (Genoa)
We have partial results of the Italian championship races. The second category championship winners were: 500cc – Aldo Brini (Gilera), 250cc – Bruno Ruffo (Moto-Guzzi), but we have no other finishers in these races.

September 1946 – Carrowdore 100, Belfast
Artie Bell (Norton) was the fastest finisher, fourth in the handicapped results. We have no further information about this event.

September 1946 – Circuit de Riga
We have the race winners only; 750cc- V. Klentaks, 500cc- Artürs Pops (Norton), 350cc- F. Furvens, 250cc- J. Furvens.

December 1946 – Australian TT, Woodside
We have the 500cc result only.

1946 date unknown – Circuit de Meknès
Edouard Martinez won the 350cc race. We have no further information about this event.

1946 date unknown – Marseilles GP, Miramas
– Nice GP
We have no results.

7 April 1947 – Victorian TT, Ballarat
Frank Mussett (Velocette) won the 350cc race, and he finished 2nd behind Norm Osborne (Norton) in the 500cc race. We have no further details about this event.

April 1947 – New Zealand Grand Prix, Christchurch
Syd Jensen (Triumph) won the Unlimited class. We have no further information about this event.

4 May 1947 – Circuito di Legnano
Arciso Artesiani (Moto-Guzzi) won the 500cc race. Alfredo Milani (Moto-Guzzi) and Luigi Ciai (Benelli) finished 1st and 2nd in the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

11 May 1947 – Circuit de Paris
We have no results.

18 May 1947 -Ruissalo TT, Turku
Werner Lorentzen won the 500cc race. Walter Bergström won the 350cc race from Gösta Lönnfors (DKW). We have no further information about this event.

18 May 1947 – Circuito di Alessandria
Rabitti (Gilera) won the 500cc race and Moretti (Moto-Guzzo) set the fastest lap. Manzoni (Moto-Guzzi) won the 250cc race and Luigi Ciai (Benelli) set the fastest lap. We have no further information about this event.

18 May 1947 – Circuito di Bologna
We have no results.

May 1947 – Circuito di Lugo
Jader Ruggeri (Gilera) won the 500cc race and Ferdinando Balzarotti (Moto-Guzzi) set the fastest lap. Gianni Leoni (Moto-Guzzi) won the 250cc race and two riders shared the fastest lap. We have no further details about this event.

1 June 1947 – Circuito del Tè, Mantua (Mantova)
Luigi Ruggeri (Moto-Guzzi) won the 500cc race and Ferdinando Balzarotti (Moto-Guzzi) won the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

1 June 1947 – Circuito di Reggio Emilia
Dante Bianchi won the 500cc race. Alfredo Milani (Moto-Guzzi) and Luigi Ciai (Benelli) finished 1st and 2nd in the 250cc race, and Ciai set the fastest lap. We have no further details about this event.

15 June 1947 – Circuito di Como
We have no results.

22 June 1947 – GP del F.M.I., Turin
Ferdinando Balzarotti (Moto-Guzzi) won the 500cc race and Luigi Ciai (Benelli) won the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

22 June 1947 – Rund um Schotten
The solo race winners were; 500cc- Georg Meier (BMW), 350cc- Heinrich Thorn-Prikker (Velocette), 250cc- Karl Lottes (DKW), 125cc- M.Döring (DKW). Karl Bodmer and Hermann-Paul Müller finished 2nd in the 350cc and 250cc races. We have no further information about this event.

June 1947 – Bordeaux GP
Peraldi won the 500cc race and Serge Meski set the fastest lap. We have no further information about this event.

1 July 1947 – Circuito di Varese
We have the first three 500cc finishers. Nino Martelli (Moto-Guzzi) won the 250cc race and Dario Ambrosini (Moto-Guzzi) set the fastest lap. We have no further details about this event.

6 July 1947 – Monza Races
We have no results.

6 July 1947 – Circuit de l’A.M.F., Montlhéry
Gustave Lefèvre (Norton and Excelsior) won the 500cc and 250cc races. We have no further details about this event.

13 July 1947 – Circuit de Winterthur
Hans Kaufman (Moto-Guzzi) won the 500cc and 250cc races. We have no further details about this event.

13 July 1947 – Circuito di Parma
Ernesto Merlo won the Italian championship sidecar race, but we have no details of any other finishers.

19 July 1947 – Circuit de Nice
We have no results.

27 July 1947 – Circuito delle Cascine, Florence
We have the first three 500cc finishers. Dario Ambrosini (Moto-Guzzi) won the 250cc race and Claudio Mastellari (Moto-Guzzi) set the fastest lap. We have no further details about this event.

10 August 1947 – Circuito di Arona
Ferdinando Balzarotti (Moto-Guzzi) and Bruno Francisci (Moto-Guzzi) finished first and second in the 500cc race. Alfredo Milani (Gilera) won the sidecar race. We have no further information about this event.

14 August 1947 – Circuit de Bruges, Maldegem
We have full 500cc and sidecar results. Tommy Wood (Velocette) won the 350cc race but we have no details of other finishers.

17 August 1947 – Circuito di Lecco
Ferdinando Balzarotti (Moto-Guzzi) won the 500cc race and Dario Ambrosini (Benelli) won the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

17 August 1947 – Eifel-Pokal, Nürburgring
The race winners were: 500cc – Georg Meier (BMW), 350cc – Heiner Fleischmann (NSU), 250cc – Hermann-Paul Müller (DKW), 1,200cc Sidecar – Sepp Müller (BMW), 600cc Sidecar – Pillenstein (Zündapp). We have no further information about this event.

24 August 1947 – Circuit de Lugano
The race winners were: 500cc – Hans Kaufmann (Gilera), 250cc – Dario Ambrosini (Moto-Guzzi), Sidecar – Ercole Frigerio (Gilera). We have no further information about this event.

7 September 1947 – GP d’Autumno, Monza
Guido Leoni (Moto-Guzzi) won the 500cc race and Raffaele Alberti (Moto-Guzzi) won the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

7 September 1947 – Circuito di Piacenza
Alfredo Milani (Gilera) won the Italian championship sidecar race, but we have no details of any other finishers.

14 September 1947 – Circuit de Riga
We have the race winners only; 750cc- L. Üdris, 500cc- Artürs Pops (Norton), 350cc- E. Kiope, 250cc- V. Metass.

23 September 1947 – Circuito di Venezia (Venice)
We have no results.

September 1947 – Carrowdore 100, Belfast
We have no results.

1947 date unknown – Circuito di Cesena
Omobono Tenni (Moto-Guzzi) won the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

1947 date unknown – Bavariaring Rennen, Munich
Georg Meier (BMW) won the 500cc race and Sepp Müller (BMW) won the 1,200cc Sidecar race. We have no further information about this event.

1947 date unknown – German Championship Meeting, Hockenheim
Sepp Müller (BMW) won the 1,200cc Sidecar race. We have no further information about this event.

1947 date unknown – German Championship Meeting, Norisring
We know three race winners: 500cc – Georg Meier (BMW), 350cc – Kurt Mansfeld (DKW), 1,200cc Sidecar – Thomas Seppenhauser (BMW). We have no further information about this event.

1 January 1948 – Victorian GP, Ballarat
We have the first three 500cc finishers. Harry Hinton (Norton) won the 350cc race, and Eric McPherson (BSA) won the 250cc race. We have no further details about this event.

11 April 1948 – Nice GP
Jacques Collot (Norton) won the 500cc race and Tommy Wood (Moto-Guzzi) won the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

9 May 1948 – German Championship Meeting, Hockenheim
Georg Meier (BMW) won the 500cc race and Sepp Müller (BMW) won the 1,200cc Sidecar race. We have no further information about this event.

16 May 1948 – Nürnberg (Nuremberg) Rundstreckrennen
We have no results.

May 1948 – Guildford, New Haven 100 Mile Race
Joe Weatherly (Harley-Davidson) won. We have no further information about this event.

23 May 1948 – Ruissalo TT, Turku
We have the first three 350cc finishers but only the 500cc winner, Walter Bergström (Norton).

30 May 1948 – Kölner Kurs-Rennen, Cologne (Köln)
We have partial results.

4 June 1948 – La Plata International Race
11 June 1948 – Cordoba International Race
José Cruz (Vincent-HRD) won both these races. We have no further information about these events.

11 July 1948 – Circuit du Jura Bernois, Porrentruy
The race winners were: 500cc – Nello Pagani (Gilera), 350cc – David Whitworth (Velocette), 250cc – Dario Ambrosini (Benelli), Sidecar – Ferdinand Aubert (Norton). We have no further information about this event.

11 July 1948 – Karlsruher Autobahndreieck-Rennen, Karlsruhe
Georg Meier (BMW) won the 500cc race and Thomas Seppenhauser (BMW) won the 600cc Sidecar race. We have no further information about this event.

13 July 1948 – Polish Grand Prix, Poznan
The race winners were; 500cc- V. Bubenicek (Norton), 350cc- Eman Hájek (Walter), 250cc- Lada Steiner (Walter). We have no further information about this event.

18 July 1948 – Circuito di Bergamo
The rider of a Gilera won the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

1 August 1948 – Comminges GP
Who won the 350cc race?

1 August 1948- Reutlinger Rundstrekken Rennen, Reutlingen
Georg Meier (BMW) won the 500cc race and Max Klankermeier (BMW) won the 1,200cc Sidecar race. We have no further information about this event.

2 August 1948 – Durban Bluff 150
We have very muddled results. Does anyone have the official version?

8 August 1948- Aachener Wald-Rennen, Aachen
Georg Meier (BMW)won the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

15 August 1948 – Rund um Schotten
The race winners were: 500cc – Georg Meier (BMW), 350cc – Wilhelm Herz (NSU), 250cc – Hermann-Paul Müller (DKW), 125cc – Willy Thorn (DKW), 1,200cc Sidecar – Max Klankermeier (BMW), 600cc Sidecar – Hermann Böhm (NSU). We have no further information about this event.

15 August 1948 – Ifrane GP
The race winners were: 500cc – Omares (Triumph), 350cc – Toro (Matchless), 250cc – A. Higueiro (Triumph), 125cc – Michel Domingo. We have no further information about this event.

22 August 1948 – Circuito di Foggia
We have the 500cc results only.

29 August 1948 – Victorian GP, Melbourne
Ken Kavanagh (Norton) won the 500cc race. Harry Hinton (Norton & BSA) won the 350cc and 250cc races. We have no further details about this event.

August 1948 – Circuito di Cantù
We have no results.

12 September 1948 – German Championship Meeting, Norisring
Georg Meier (BMW) won the 500cc race and Sepp Müller (BMW) won the 1,200cc Sidecar race. We have no further information about this event.

19 September 1948 – Grenzlandring Rennen, Wegberg
The race winners were: 500cc – Georg Meier (BMW), 350cc – Wilhelm Herz (NSU), 125cc – M.Döring (DKW), 1,200cc Sidecar – Sepp Müller (BMW), 600cc Sidecar – Hans Schumann (DKW). Schumann was also second in the 1,200cc Sidecar race. Was there a 250cc race? We have no further information about this event.

26 September 1948 – Circuit de Boulevard Mettewie, Brussels
We have the 500cc result but we only know the 350cc winner – Auguste Goffin (Velocette)

26 September 1948 – Dieburger Dreieckrennen, Dieburg
Georg Meier (BMW) won the 500cc race and Sepp Müller (BMW) won the 1,200cc Sidecar race. We have no further information about this event.

September 1948 – Circuit de Bigorre, Tarbes
We have the 500cc result only.

10 October 1948 – Bavariaring Rennen, Munich
Georg Meier (BMW) won the 500cc race, Max Klankermeier (BMW) won the 1,200cc Sidecar race and Thomas Seppenhauser (BMW) won the 600cc Sidecar race. We have no further information about this event.

November 1948 – Rafaela 12 Hour Race, Santa Fe
Francisco Gonzalvez (Vincent-HRD). We have no further information about this event.

1948 date unknown – Garmisch-Partenkirchen Rennen
Wiggerl Kraus (BMW) won the 500cc race and Thomas Steppenhauser (BMW) won both sidecar races. We have no further information about this event.

1948 date unknown – Hofer Dreieckrennen
Wiggerl Kraus (BMW) won the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

1948 date unknown – Rosenheim Rennen
Georg Meier (BMW) won the 500cc race and Sepp Müller (BMW) won the 1,200cc Sidecar race. We have no further information about this event.

1948 date unknown – Circuit de Vienna
László Szabó (Norton) won the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

1948 date unknown – Circuit de Riga
We have the race winners only; 750cc- A. Milbergs, 500cc & 350cc- Artürs Pops (Norton), 250cc- J. Grinbergs.

27 March 1949 – Circuito di Verona
Carlo Bandirola (Gilera) won the 500cc race and Bruno Ruffo (Moto-Guzzi) won the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

3 April 1949 – Machsee Rennen
We have no results.

24 April 1949 – Circuito di Varese
Enrico Lorenzetti (Moto-Guzzi) won the 500cc race amd Bruno Ruffo (Moto-Guzzi) won the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

8 May 1949 – Braunschweiger Löwenrennen, Brunswick (Braunschweig)
We have no results.

8 May 1949 – Circuito di Ferrara
Enrico Lorenzetti (Moto-Guzzi) won the 500cc race amd Bruno Ruffo (Moto-Guzzi) won the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

15 May 1949 – Rankweil International Races
We have no results.

15 May 1949 – Milfort road race
Bob Miller (AJS) won from riders of a Harley-Davidson, AJS and Norton. Who were these riders?

22 May 1949 – Austrian TT
We have no results.

May 1949 – Ruissalo TT, Turku
We have the race winners only; 500cc- Walter Bergström (Norton), 350cc- Väinö Hollming (Velocette), 250cc- Holger Bergström (NSU).

5 June 1949 – GP Della FMI, Macerata
The race winners were: 500cc – Bruno Ruffo (Moto-Guzzi), 250cc – Elio Scopigno (Moto-Guzzi), 125cc – Nello Pagani (FB-Mondial). We have no further information about this event.

5 June 1949 – München-Riem Rennen, Munich
Wiggerl Kraus (BMW) won the 500cc race, Sepp Müller (BMW) won the 1,200cc Sidecar race and Max Klankermeier (BMW) won the 600cc Sidecar race. We have no further information about this event.

5 June 1949 – Rund um Lübeck
26 June 1949 – Monza International Races
We have no results.

June 1949 – Italian Championship Meeting, Legnano
Renato Magi (Morini) won the 125cc race. We have no further information about this event.

2 July 1949 – Polish Grand Prix, Poznan
We have the first three finishers of what appears to be the 500cc race; J. Meiloch (Norton), Dabrowski (Norton) and V. Bubenicek (Norton). We have no information about any other races.

2-3 July 1949 – Monza 24 hour race
We have no results. Was this event run?

9-10 July 1949 – Vienna International Races
10 July 1949 – Innsbruck international meeting
14 July 1949 – Circuit de Bordeaux
17 July 1949 – Circuit de Walliselen
We have no results.

17 July 1949 – Dieburger Dreieckrennen, Dieburg
Georg Meier (BMW) won the 500cc race and Thomas Seppenhauser (BMW) won the 1,200cc Sidecar race. We have no further details about this event.

24 July 1949 – Stalsunder Bäderrennen, Stralsund.
We have no results.

24 July 1949 – Aachener Waldrennen, Aachen
Georg Meier (BMW) won the 500cc race and Siegfried Wünsche (DKW) won the 350cc race. We have no further information about this event.

31 July 1949 – Yugoslavian championships, Opatija
The race winners were; 500cc & 350cc- Stevo Cabraja (Velocette), 250cc- Raša Menkovic (DKW), 125cc- Ludvic Pangerc (Puch), Over 600cc Sidecar- Dorde Nalovic (Vincent-HRD), 600cc Sidecar- Branko Regvart (BMW). We have no further information about this event.

31 July 1949 – Prix International di Recanatis
31 July 1949 – Wittenberger Rundstreckenrennen, Wittenberg
7 August 1949 – Circuit de Lustenau
14 August 1949 – Circuit de Tábor
14-15 August 1949 – Circuit de Cannes
We have no results.

28 August 1949 – Circuit de Porrentruy
28 August 1949 – Circuit de Bayerkreuz, Leverkusen
4 September 1949 – Circuit d’Avignon
We have no results.

11 September 1949 – Grenzlandring Rennen, Wegburg
Georg Meier (BMW) won the 500cc race and set the fastest lap. Wilhelm Herz (NSU) won the 350cc race and set the fastest lap. Hermann Böhm (NSU) won the Sidecar race. We know that Walfried Winkler (DKW) set the fastest lap in the 250cc race, but we do not know who won the race. We have no further information about this event.

11 September 1949 – Rund um die Industrie, Schweinfurt

We have no results.

25 September 1949 – Circuito del Tè, Mantua (Mantova)
Guido Leoni (Moto-Guzzi) won the 500cc race and Dario Ambrosini (Benelli) won the 250cc race.

2 October 1949 – Kölner Kurs-Rennen, Cologne
Wiggerl Kraus (BMW) won the 500cc race and Max Klankermeier (BMW) won the 1,200cc Sidecar race. We have no further information about this event.

1949 date unknown – Hockenheimer Rennen, Hockenheim
Georg Meier (BMW) won the 500cc race. Max Klankermeier (BMW) won the 600cc Sidecar race. Stefan Wagner (DKW) finished 2nd in the 350cc race. We have no further information about this event.

1949 date unknown – Hofer Dreieckrennen
Georg Meier (BMW) won the 500cc race, Siegfried Wünsche (DKW) won the 350cc race and Thomas Seppenhauser (BMW). We have no further information about this event.

1949 date unknown – Circuit de Meknès
Edouard Martinez won the 350cc race. We have no further details about this event.

1949 date unknown – Circuit de Riga
We have the race winners only; 750cc- Kärlis Grinbergs, 350cc- A. Kietis, 125cc- I. Radzins.

5 comments

  1. 28. August 1949 Karlsruher Autobahndreieck Rennen
    50000 Zuschauer
    125 ccm,11 Starter
    1. Döring Deutschland DKW 94,8 km/h
    2. Dietrich Deutschland Puch 91,7 km/h
    3. Hammer Deutschland Puch ?
    4. Wolf Deutschland Puch ?
    5. Thorn-Prikker Deutschland Spezial ?

    250 ccm,15 Runden
    1.O.Daiker Deutschland DKW 109,8 km/h
    2. Kuhnke Deutschland ? 106,4 km/h
    3. Kohfink Deutschland ? 106,0 km/h
    4.K.Lottes Deutschland ? ?
    5. Schön Deutschland Bücker ?
    schnellste Runde O.Daiker 111,5 km/h

    350 ccm,15 Runden,13 Starter,5 im Ziel
    1.R.Schnell Deutschland Spezial 109,2 km/h
    2. Sauer Deutschland NSU 107,1 km/h
    3. Schorch Deutschland NSU 107,0 km/h
    4. Grösch Deutschland NSU 104,0 km/h
    5. Hauer Deutschland NSU ?
    schnellste Runde S:Wünsche DKW 116,4 km/h

    500 ccm,11 Starter,5 im Ziel
    1.G.Meier Deutschland BMW 121,0 km/h
    2.H.Schmitz Deutschland Triumph 115,0 km/h
    3. Hoske Deutschland BMW – 1 Runde
    4. von Wödtke Deutschland ? ?
    5. ?

    Seitenwagen 600 ccm,14 Runden
    1.Klankermeier/Wolz Deutschland BMW 112,4 km/h
    2.Neußner/Prätorius Deutschland Zündapp ?
    3.Velte/Hering Deutschland NSU ?
    4.Böhm/Fuchs Deutschland NSU ?
    schnellste Runde Klankermeier/Wolz BMW 113,2 km/h

    Seitenwagen 1200 ccm
    1.Klankermeier/Wolz Deutschland BMW 108,0
    2.Müller/Rührschneck Deutschland ? ?
    3.Schmid/Mittelmayer Deutschland NSU ?
    4.Heck/Heck Deutschland BMW – 1 Runde
    5.Herzog/Rösch Deutschland Horex – 1 Runde

    Quelle “Das Motorrad” 5/1949

    Gruß
    R.Schröpfer


  2. Mai-Pokal-Rennen Hockenheim, 11.Mai 1947
    250 ccm:
    1. K. Lottes GER DKW 20.49,1 = 133,6 km/h
    2. H.P. Müller GER DKW 132,8
    3. O. Daiker GER DKW 132,5
    4. O. Kohfink GER DKW
    5. K. Kuhnke GER DKW

    350 ccm:
    1. J. Wolff GER Velocette 20.03,7 = 138,6 km/h
    2. H. Thorn-Prikker GER Velocette 136,3
    3. W. Jäger GER Norton 136,2
    4. R. Schnell GER Schnell Spezial
    5. E. Speck GER DKW

    500 ccm:
    1. H. Fleischmann GER NSU 18.32,1 = 150,0 km/h
    2. G. Eberlein GER BMW 149,9
    3. R. Knees GER NSU 148,8
    4. L. Burkhardt GER BMW
    5. T. Zwolle GER Norton

    Seitenwagen 600 ccm:
    1. Böhm/Fuchs GER NSU 130,4 km/h
    2. Stoll/Stoll GER NSU 1 Rd. zur.
    3. Scheunig/Barkinger GER Norton
    4. Wurring/Seufert GER BMW
    5. Pritzel/Christmann GER Victoria

    Seitenwagen 1000 ccm:
    1. Müller/Eder GER BMW 127,6 km/h
    2. Böhm/Fuchs GER NSU 127,6
    3. Ringel/Hampel GER Harley Davidson


  3. 28. August 1949 Bayerkreuz Leverkusen and
    11. September 1949 Rund um die Industrie Schweinfurt,
    in cross races for amateurs not to license
    Driver.


  4. Hi!

    “1948 date unknown – Reutlingen Rennen
    Georg Meier (BMW) won the 500cc race and Max Klankermeier (BMW) won the 1,200cc Sidecar race. We have no further information about this event.”

    The day was 1. August 1948 “Reutlinger Rundstreckenrennen”
    Reutlingen, Germany

    watch it here:
    http://www.ebay.de/itm/390392368230?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649

    This photo is in Reutlingen!

    Kind regard
    F. Grieshaber


  5. The Spanish Grand Prix, San Sebastian on 25 September 1949 was cancelled.



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