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Assen (2018)

Netherlands TT Circuit Assen
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Sykes "close" to tears after emotional Assen win

Tom Sykes says he came "close" to tears following his dominant victory on Sunday at Assen after a difficult start to the season that "didn't justify" the work done with the Kawasaki in testing.

Assen WSBK: Sykes claims first win of 2018

Tom Sykes eased to his first World Superbike win of the 2018 season, while teammate Jonathan Rea beat home hero Michael van der Mark to second as the Aruba Ducatis struggled.

Assen WSBK: Rea beats home hero van der Mark to win

Jonathan Rea triumphed in the first World Superbike race at Assen, after withstanding race-long pressure from Michael van der Mark and Chaz Davies.

Assen WSBK: Lowes outpaces Rea for maiden pole

Yamaha rider Alex Lowes claimed his maiden World Superbike pole position at Assen after beating world champion Jonathan Rea by 0.046s.

Assen WSBK: Van der Mark sets practice pace on home soil

Home rider Michael van der Mark set the fastest overall time in Friday's three World Superbike practice sessions as Jonathan Rea topped both FP1 and FP2.

Injured Camier to miss Assen WSBK round

The Ten Kate Honda World Superbike team has confirmed Leon Camier will miss this weekend's Dutch round at Assen as he continues his recovery from a crash at Aragon last week.