“I'm feeling good ahead of the weekend," Tommy Bridewell stated before the start of the weekend. "I've been having regular physio since Donington, and I'm feeling a lot better and should be problem-free at Assen. It's always a bit of an unknown coming into a circuit with a bike you've not ridden around there before, but I think the bike we have should suit the circuit well. Where we lack a little bit on our rivals is the initial punch out of the slower corners, and there's the tight hairpin onto the back straight that will probably be our weaker point, but the chassis we've got through the fast changes of direction should play into our hands and that's where we'll gain lots of time. The bike's working really well, we've kept improving and refining our set-up without making drastic changes and it should hopefully mean we can get two strong results this weekend."