The TT Circuit Assen is a motorsport race track built in 1955 and located in Assen, Netherlands. The original Assen track was first used for the 1925 Dutch Tourist Trophy, hence the current name for the MotoGP event; Dutch TT.
The Cathedral of speed; TT Circuit Assen with the mixture of very fast flat-out and slow corners and the famous GT chicane just before the start finish straight. The longest straight is 560 meters long and some of the corners in Assen are still traditionally banked inwards. The combination with the extremely grippy surface enabling riders to carry high corner speeds.
Staying overnight in this paddock is permitted, there are no extra costs involved.
If you are looking for a hotel near the track we reccomend: https://www.hotelassen.nl/
Sanitation and electricity are available
Throughout the day we have coffee, tea, water and various refreshments available at Racing School Europe truck. During the lunch break our hospitality unit organizes a lunch (bread, various spreads, soup, fruit, pasta, salads and various soft drinks) right on the racetrack. You can participate for € 15.00 per day. This offer also applies to partners and friends.
During all training days the RSE paddock Service is available for technical support. We can also provide tyres at competitive prices. We can bring non standard sized tyres if you order these in advance. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Pricing: Tyre & Wheel service: rim in and out €15.00, tyre mounting on the rim €10.00/ per rim.
Track Length: 4.555 meter
Paddock: with water and electricity.