Seven time MotoGP champion Valentino Rossi's victory in the Dutch TT at Assen, his first win since October 2010, set a number of new records and milestones:

o Rossi now has the longest premier-class winning career of all-time. Rossi's first victory was at Donington Park in 2000 which, at 12 years and 355 days to Assen, beats the 11 years and 204 days of Alex Barros.

o Rossi has now won in the premier-class on five different motorcycles: 500cc Honda, 990cc Honda, 990cc Yamaha, 800cc Yamaha and 1000cc Yamaha.

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o Rossi's win at Assen ended a sequence of 44 races where he has not stood on the top step of the podium. Prior to this Rossi had never made more than nine starts in the premier-class without a win.

o Rossi's win also ended a 44-race sequence for Italy without a win in the premier-class - the longest barren spell for Italian riders in the premier-class since Luca Cadalora ended a 62 race sequence without an Italian winner at the 1993 British GP.

o Rossi's win means the total number of points scored during his grand prix career so far is... 4646!

o And now one milestone Rossi might not like - at 34 years of age, he is now the fourth oldest rider to have won during the four-stroke MotoGP era (2002 onwards) after: Troy Bayliss, Alex Barros and Loris Capirossi.

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