Assen means fast changes of direction. The Suzuki is better at that than the Ducati
What does it mean when they say that Assen is one of the most physically demanding tracks on the calendar? Pecco Bagnaia gives a demonstration
Moments before this photo, Alex Rins was leading the race and looking in total command. A race can change in a heartbeat
Miguel Oliveira had the carbon swingarm for the first time at Assen, and ended up battling with Aleix Espargaro and Pecco Bagnaia
Pol hustles. Pol loves to hustle. So Pol loves the KTM
Tranky Franky pulled his finger out at Assen and bagged a solid fifth
The jigsaw pieces are starting to fall into place for Suzuki's Joan Mir
Sweet release for Maverick Viñales. It's been eight months
It took Marc Marquez a long time to get past Fabio Quartararo, but he managed eventually
The GSX-RR is a bike that wants to be flicked from side to side
Tito Rabat embarks on the walk of shame
Consecutive poles, consecutive podiums, and just turned 20 years old. Signing Fabio Quartararo looks like less of a gamble every day
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