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Assen

(äs`ən), city (1994 pop. 52,268), capital of Drenthe prov., NE Netherlands. It is an industrial, administrative, and agricultural center. The city's principal growth began in 1945.

Assen

a city in the N Netherlands, capital of Drenthe province. Pop.: 62 000 (2003 est.)
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"Of all of the early races, Assen is the one I've been looking forward," Muir said.
Sykes started from pole and produced a dominant performance to repeat his 2013 Assen win.
"It will be all about how quickly I can get used to the R1, but Assen is one of my favourite tracks so that will help me.
An evil-handling Honda has plagued Marquez, but a change of chassis seems to have improved things at Assen. He has crashed out of prominent positions at the last two races, and can lay down a strong challenge.
In Assen, Jones achieved his best grid position of fifth and went on to finish 11th in the race.
Jamie Ashby and Chris Taylor were both up against it as they had never ridden at Assen before.
With less than a week having passed since he took win number five at Spa-Francorchamps, Parry arrived at Assen in confident mood, and quickly underlined his form by topping both of Friday's practice sessions ahead of several Eurocup interlopers.
Unlike a fortnight ago when Lorenzo astonishingly finished fifth in Assen less than 48 hours after surgery in Barcelona, on this occasion there will be no miracle return.
Valentino Rossi's win at Assen, Holland, took him to within two points of Brit Cal Crutchlow in fourth.
Summary: Assen: Italian riding legend Valentino Rossi ended a winless run of nearly three years when ...
In a statement to the police, the victim's driver Mark Anthony Assen, 32, said that prior to the incident, Genato's sister Sylvia Ching phoned him around 6 p.m.