Dominique Aegerter sets new race lap records at will to take his fourth WorldSSP win of the season at Assen. 

WorldSSP Assen, Netherlands - Race Results (1)
1Dominique AegerterSWITen Kate Racing Yamaha18 Laps
2Steven OdendaalSAEvan Bros Yamaha+2.846s
3Philipp OettlGERKawasaki Puccetti Racing+8.871s
4Jules CluzelFRAGMT94 Yamaha+11.159s
5Randy KrummenacherSWIEAB Racing Yamaha+11.276s
6Manuel GonzalezSPAYamaha Parkingo Racing+11.501s
7Can OncuTURKawasaki Puccetti Racing+15.418s
8Federico CaricasuloITAGMT94 Yamaha+15.430s
9Marc AlcobaSPAYamaha MS Racing+19.727s
10Sheridan MoraisPORWojcik Racing Team+28.623s
11Peter SebestyenHUNEvan Bros Yamaha+29.372s
12Luca BernardiSMRCM Racing Yamaha+29.732s
13Michel FabrizioITAG.A.P Motozoo Puccetti Kawasaki Racing+35.555s
14Galang Hendra PratamaINDTen Kate Racing Yamaha+38.657s
15Kevin ManfrediITAAltogo Yamaha Racing+38.702s
16Leonardo TacciniITAOrelac Racing Kawasaki+38.866s
17Federico FuligniITAVFT Racing Yamaha+49.709s
18Stephane FrossardSWIJura Vitesse Moto Team Yamaha+49.934s
19Eemeli LahtiFINHRP Suzuki+50.026s
20Luigi MontellaITAChiodo Racing Yamaha+1 Lap
21Eduardo Montero HuertaSPADK Motorsport Yamaha+1 Lap
22Raffaele De RosaITAOrelac Racing KawasakiDNF
23Maria HerreraSPABiblion Yamaha MotoxracingDNF
24Mattia CasadeiITAVFT RacingDNF
25Vertti TakalaFINKallio Racing YamahaDNF
26Niki TuuliFINMV Agusta Corsa ClientiDNF
27Daniel WebbGBRWRP Wepol Yamaha RacingDNF
28Pawel SzkopekPOLYamaha MS RacingDNF

After a slight delay to race one due to Jonas Folger’s WorldSBK crash, the race got underway with a raft of lead changes taking place. 

Aegerter, Odendaal and Oettl all led throughout lap one, which was again the case on lap two. 

Things began to calm down on lap four as the top three stretched away from the chasing group - led by Manuel Gonzalez. 

As the race went on, Oettl was unable to hold the pace of Aegerter and Odendaal, instead settling for third. After trying to hold on until the final lap, Odendaal found Aegerter’s pace too hot to handle and eventually finished three seconds down. 

Hannes Soomer was declared unfit before the race began after suffering a big Superpole crash - Estonian rider was scheduled to start fourth.