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2010 World Superbike - Assen Photo Gallery

Round Four of 2010 World Superbike action takes place in the Netherlands at the revised Circuit van Drenthe in Assen.

Team Pata B&G Racing's Jakub Smrz sits on Friday's provisional pole after posting a circuit-best time of 1'36.041.
Ten Kate Honda’s Jonathan Rea had a strong qualifying round at Assen on Friday. He qualified second and Ducati's Jacob Smrz took first with a time of 1'36.041 ahead of Rea's 1'36.339.
Kenan Sofuoglu of WSS took first during qualifying at Assen on his Ten Kate Honda CBR600RR
Kenan Sofuoglu at Assen during Friday's practice
Despite two crashes in which he lost the front end, Cal Crutchlow is feeling good about his speed and the upcoming races at Round 4 of the 2010 World Superbike series.
Yamaha's James Toseland has been experimenting with different bike setups for the races at Assen. Although his bike is still not dialed in the way he'd like it to be, Toseland feels his team has a good plan to defeat the Assen track.
Leon Haslam grabbed the final front row starting position in Superpole at Assen.
Alstare Suzuki’s Leon Haslam chases BMW’s Troy Corser at Assen.
BMW’s Troy Corser continues to show progress at Assen with the veteran rider qualifying in third position.
Alitalia Aprilia's Max Biaggi lost a chance to make up some ground on championship points leader Leon Haslam in Race 1 when Haslam finished back in 11th place.
The Sterilgarda Yamaha girls sans their umbrellas.
Aprilia factory rookie Leon Camier earned his first trip to the World Superbike podium in Race 1 at Assen.
Toseland, Rea and Camier shake up the bubbly after their winning Race 1 efforts.
Toseland rode the wheels off his YZF-R1 to earn a double podium visit in Assen.
Yamaha's Cal Crutchlow had a hard time of it at Assen finishing eigth in the first race and dropping out in Race 2 due to mechanical issues.
The Alstare Suzuki duo of Leon Haslam and Sylvain Guintoli have been a force to be reckoned with in World Superbike this year.
Hannspree Ten Kate Honda's Jonathan Rea celebrates after winning the first World Superbike double of his career at Assen.
BMW Motorrad's Ruben Xaus finally had a decent outing, finishing 10th in Race 2 at Assen.
Alstare Suzuki's Leon Haslam found out the hard way that its going to be a battle if he intends on winning the WSB championship after banging bars all day in Assen.
It was a beautiful day for racing in the Netherlands Sunday.
On Sunday, Sterilgarda Yamaha's James Toseland looked like a guy who has a World Superbike title on his resume.
BMW's Troy Corser is riding faster than ever on the S1000RR and led several laps of both races at Assen.
King James worked hard to earn two trips to the Assen podium and almost pulled out the victory in Race 1.
The Hannspree Ten Kate umbrella girls had reason to smile after their rider Jonathan Rea posted a double victory in Assen.