Tested my idea but alas no result. What I know is this: If you set a project in Cubase to record in Broadcast Wav you can take the file to another computer and it will place it in the same spot in the project of another cubase. It will however not work cross platform. I do not know if the daw where you generated the file has the same function, but if the answer is yes, it will explain why you can move it to another daw that can interpret where to place the file.
In the daws I have tested the click track in, it seems that the file was incorectly cut. It seems to be cut a little bit before the click starts. This may happen if the range is set incorrectly when the file is generated.
It may also be that the daw has a function that it adds some start seconds. I can set Cubase to add some seconds before the bar where I want to start to play. This is also recorded, extending the file before recorded playing starts. I do however doubt that is the problem, but you can check your daw of origin.
I can confirm that the file is 132 bpm, except at the end where it seems to speed up.
I am afraid that I have now reached the limit of my knowledge. So if it is not the “range setting” problem, I am clueless.