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The Assen race circuit is located in the northern part of the Netherlands and is one of the oldest in the world. It has hosted many motorsport events, ranging from touring car championships to World Superbike championships.

Upcoming Events and Sessions

Nothing on the radar. The engines are silent, the tires are cold and the asphalt is getting greener with every passing day.

Past Events

Nothing for now, but you know how things are... time passes, this list is bound to grow. Watch this space.

Assen: Interesting Facts

Nearest track of a similar category is Zandvoort (148 kilometers away).

  1. The Assen track was originally a public road, and the circuit has evolved over the years, with asphalt replacing the original cobblestone surface in 1962.

  2. Assen’s track has been referred to as “The Cathedral of Motorcycle Racing” since the 1950s, due to its magnificent grandstands, curves and long straights.

  3. Assen is one of only two current Grand Prix circuits in the world to have never held a Formula One race, with Brands Hatch being the other.

  4. Assen held its first race in 1925, and is the oldest circuit to regularly host a Moto GP event.

  5. The circuit holds the record for most race winners, with Ducati and Suzuki tied for the most wins with 18 each.

  6. The track is 8,688 meters long and is composed of eighteen corners, nine left and nine right.

  7. The track is the Netherlands’ most northern circuit and is bordered on three sides by trees, providing a unique atmosphere.

  8. The circuit is one of the few race tracks in the world where spectator attendance surpassed 100,000 event days with more than 116,000 fans in 2004.

  9. Assen is the only circuit that has featured in every Moto GP season since the series was first run in 1949.

  10. The track includes a hairpin curve after Turn 1 which is nicknamed the "Madonna Chicane".

FIA Grade:  -    Length:  4546 m    Turns:  18

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