The track at Assen in The Netherlands, mainly known for motorcycle racing, is often referred to as the ‘Cathedral of Speed’ – quite a claim! In 2019, the DTM held its first event at the famous TT Circuit and the debut was an instant success. Indeed, the impressive facility – state-of-the-art notwithstanding its long heritage – is unique and challenging. The grandstand along the start and finish straight is one of the longest in Europe and the Ramshoek corner ranks among the fastest corners on the DTM calendar. Moreover, the pretty town of Assen is within easy reach from Germany as well, particularly from the northern and western parts. Definitely worth a visit!
Meet your idols and get your personal autograph and photo. A great souvenir!
Come and check the spectacular race cars from close distance and watch what the mechanics are working on.
Saturday evenings turn into a festival - when top DJs and singers perform on DTM Show Stage.
Winner Race 1
Winner Race 2
The community of Assen with 67,986 inhabitants is located in the north of the province of Drenthe. Since the 19th century, the charming city of Assen has seen continuous development. Next to the attractions like the former provincial government building and the Drents Museum, Assen is particularly known for its race track.