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The 1948 500cc Gilera San Remo also owned by Ulrich Schmidt.
The 1960 246cc Aermacchi Ala Doro of Hans Lux.
An elegant MV Agusta 350 Corsa belonging to Max Zaugg.
Similar layout but quite different purpose, this road going Moto Guzzi single and,
the 1956 500cc Falcone belonging to Andreas Eugster.
Now for some home grown German machines, starting with the 1955 Adler RS of Richard Gehre,
with its' stylish rear fairing.
A stunning pair of NSU Sportmaxs.
Inside the Hockenheim Motor Sport Museum exhibition tent, a 1953 Rennmax ahead of it's 1954 successor with full dustbin style fairing.
The handcrafted aluminium tank of a DKW RM350.
A slightly earlier 1952 RM350.
A glimpse at the engine of the NSU Rennmax with bevel driven overhead camshafts.
Another DKW RM350, this time with full dustbin style fairing.
Cockpit of the 1954 Horex 350 works racer.
Cockpit of the 500cc 1952 Horex-Hoske.
The Horex 350.
A Schnell-Horex 350 single from 1952.
Detail of the camshafts and valves of the Horex-Hoske engine.
Ten of these 1954 Jawa 15Zs were specially made for racing in their important export markets. This one was raced by the Otto Heisinger in Austria. An unusual feature beside the double over head camshafts are the 16 inch wheels.
With 12 world championships between them; Freddie Spencer, Carlos Lavado and Phil Read giving autographs. Later all three could be seen on the track.