Another Batch Of Photos From Michel Hulshof


7, 1, 4 - The numbers that mattered at Assen


Sam Lowes looked certain to podium on Sunday, but a monster highside put paid to his ambition


There was plenty of hard work for Leon Haslam at Assen, but not much reward


It had been a long time coming, but was well-deserved nevertheless: Chaz Davies finally got a win in World Supersport


In the groove


A famous number...


... and a rich reward: Davide Giugliano took victory in the Superstock 1000 race, aboard an Althea Ducati. Another one.


The drinks are on me: Johnny Rea shares some bubbly with his team


James Ellison: better than his Assen result would have you believe


The great thing about Superstock is the variety of liveries. Here, Matthieu Lussiana proves that BMWs look good in red and black as well.


Eugene Laverty. Full marks for trying


Assen is the home round for the Castrol Honda Team, run by Ten Kate. They needed a result, and Rea delivered

Photos courtesy of Michel Hulshof, of http://www.sports-photography.org. You can follow Michel on Twitter, by following @ProNikon.

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Fantastic pics! I really like that red and black BMW and it looks like no shortage of sponsors/stickers either:{)

Great photos!

Re Sam Lowes' ambition, I'm afraid on this occasion it outweighed his talent.