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importrider

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importrider says:

Assen gp

looking to go this year but never been before,

if anyone has and im sure there is few can you give me pointers. might go on the bike but not sure ?

best way to get there

,where to stay

,how to get to the track etc,etc

thanks in advance:smiley:

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750FLYER

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750FLYER says:

Thinking of going

this year too mate, I did Le Mans last year with 7 others, we rode, took the ferry, found a cheap motel on internet and booked up early, got tickets sorted early too.. used good old paper maps to find the best routes there and back and it truly was awesome!

So... I'd take the ferry (depending where you are) to Hook of Holland, or Calais and ride up.. get a map.. easy! I got info on this last year as I was gonna do Assen... so it's a better idea to camp I think as there's a lot of camping and it's more difficult to get to the track from the town but I believe there are regular buses for the GP. Get your tickets sorted if you can early.

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si1981

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si1981 says:

well

Sea france ferry was cheapest plus gives tym chill out best plan routes and budget trip even try get scottie crew in lol :biggrin:  never been would like go see that one day lol

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moto222

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moto222 says:

Assen GP

Steve Millard is the UK ticket agent for Assen. Details of campsites and tickets are in his brochure which can be downloaded from www.travelcorp.co.uk
On race weekends shuttle buses operate from the railway station to the circuit

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old(ish)git

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old(ish)git says:

scroll down....

for details of Assen.Not the cheapest day tickets,but they do multiple day ones.Assen tickets. Now all you need is a pitch near the track and a few cases of Dutch lager.:smile.



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importrider

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importrider says:

cheers

for the info guys really helpfull ,especially for campsite and race tickets,

I think for the ferry it might to be the one from newcastle to amsterdam will be the easiet

 just got to price tickets for it.

thanks again,

750, if its a defo ill give you shout and buy ye a pint:lol:

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750FLYER

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750FLYER says:

No probs matey..

I'll give ya a shout if it comes together and take you up on the pint....

...I do seem to get very thirsty at racetracks!!!!   Ha ha

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stevebaldy

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stevebaldy says:

here's a tip........

don't turn up on the Sunday !?!......:mellow:.....but ticket prices half the cost of Silverstone!!

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