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Location
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Friday | Free Practice 1
Friday | Free Practice 2
Saturday | Qualifying
Saturday | Race
Sunday | Reverse Grid Race

Podium

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Emma Kimilainen
Points
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Alice Powell
Points
18
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55
Jamie Chadwick
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15

Race Day Videos

Race Day at Assen

The Weekend at Assen

WhereTT Circuit Assen, The Netherlands
When19th-20th July 2019
Race start16:10 local, 15:10 BST
Where to watchUK audiences can watch LIVE on Channel 4 from 14:45 local time Saturday 20th July

Not based in the UK? Check out our where to watch page here
Key factIts one-off 2007 Champ Car race was won by the late Justin Wilson
Where can I buy tickets?Head to the DTM website here

Qualifying

Position No. Driver Nationality Laps Best Time
1 7 Emma Kimilainen Finnish 12 1:34.758
2 27 Alice Powell British 14 1:34.885
3 55 Jamie Chadwick British 12 1:34.931
4 95 Beitske Visser Dutch 13 1:34.939
5 26 Sarah Moore British 13 1:35.100
6 20 Caitlin Wood Australian 15 1:35.111
7 31 Tasmin Pepper South African 13 1:35.255
8 5 Fabienne Wohlwend Liechtenstein 13 1:35.271
9 19 Marta Garcia Spanish 15 1:35.308
10 3 Gosia Rdest Polish 13 1:35.329
11 21 Jessica Hawkins British 13 1:35.345
12 11 Vicky Piria Italian 12 1:35.660
13 85 Miki Koyama Japanese 13 1:35.723
14 37 Sabré Cook American 13 1:35.884
15 2 Esmee Hawkey British 14 1:35.893
16 99 Naomi Schiff German 12 1:36.027
17 49 Megan Gilkes Canadian 15 1:36.158
18 67 Shea Holbrook American 11 1:36.355

Free Practice 2

Position No. Driver Nationality Laps Best Time
1 26 Sarah Moore British 24 1:34.247
2 11 Vicky Piria Italian 20 1:34.484
3 55 Jamie Chadwick British 24 1:34.720
4 27 Alice Powell British 22 1:34.896
5 21 Jessica Hawkins British 22 1:35.002
6 7 Emma Kimilainen Finnish 21 1:35.074
7 3 Gosia Rdest Polish 22 1:35.104
8 85 Miki Koyama Japanese 22 1:35.143
9 5 Fabienne Wohlwend Liechtenstein 21 1:35.294
10 31 Tasmin Pepper South African 22 1:35.332
11 2 Esmee Hawkey British 22 1:35.385
12 95 Beitske Visser Dutch 22 1:35.391
13 20 Caitlin Wood Australian 24 1:35.394
14 19 Marta Garcia Spanish 20 1:35.611
15 99 Naomi Schiff German 23 1:35.856
16 37 Sabré Cook American 21 1:35.968
17 58 R Sarah Bovy Belgian 20 1:36.043
18 67 Shea Holbrook American 22 1:36.113
19 77 R Vivien Keszthelyi Hungary 22 1:36.473
20 49 Megan Gilkes Canadian 21 1:36.785

Free Practice 1

Position No. Driver Nationality Laps Best Time
1 7 Emma Kimilainen Finnish 20 1:34.195
2 21 Jessica Hawkins British 21 1:34.483
3 26 Sarah Moore British 23 1:34.553
4 95 Beitske Visser Dutch 21 1:34.655
5 27 Alice Powell British 22 1:34.795
6 55 Jamie Chadwick British 21 1:34.839
7 49 Megan Gilkes Canadian 21 1:36.180
8 11 Vicky Piria Italian 21 1:34.921
9 31 Tasmin Pepper South African 21 1:35.216
10 2 Esmee Hawkey British 21 1:35.337
11 3 Gosia Rdest Polish 21 1:35.347
12 19 Marta Garcia Spanish 22 1:35.558
13 20 Caitlin Wood Australian 19 1:35.636
14 99 Naomi Schiff German 22 1:35.839
15 37 Sabré Cook American 19 1:36.090
16 85 Miki Koyama Japanese 21 1:36.122
18 58 R Sarah Bovy Belgian 20 1:36.523
19 77 R Vivien Keszthelyi Hungary 20 1:36.970
20 67 Shea Holbrook American 22 1:37.168

As it name suggests the TT Circuit Assen is closely associated with two-wheeled motorsport, but the Dutch venue has also hosted car racing over the decades, including most famously Champ Car in 2007. The track also has ambitions to host an F1 race in the future, and is currently vying with Zandvoort for the right to revive the Dutch GP.

Bike racing was first held on a 28km course laid out over public roads between local villages around Assen in the 1920s. A much shorter road course was constructed in 1955, which was shortened and rebuilt in 2006.

The original road course was still in use when the Dutch TT was included in the inaugural two-wheeled World Championship in 1949, and the event has remained at the heart of the schedule ever since. All the big names have raced and won there, with Valentino Rossi logging eight victories in the headline race.

The one-off 2007 Champ Car race, won by the late Justin Wilson, was the biggest car event that the circuit has hosted to date. The Super League series, which featured cars similar in performance to Indy machines, ran at Assen in both 2010 and 2011. Many German-based series have visited in recent years, and in 2019 the DTM will hold its Dutch round at the
4.5km track.

Although high profile single-seater series have been rare at Assen several current F1 drivers have sampled the track in Formula Renault, including Valtteri Bottas, Kevin Magnussen, Carlos Sainz, Danill Kvyat and Lando Norris.

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