Casey Stoner has won the Dutch MotoGP to move equal with overall leader Jorge Lorenzo after the Spaniard crashed on the first corner.
Stoner won by just under five seconds ahead of his Repsol Honda team-mate Dani Pedrosa, while Monster Yamaha's Andrea Dovizioso claimed third place.
Lorenzo, riding for Yamaha Factory Racing, went into Saturday's GP at the TT Circuit Assen 25 points ahead of Stoner, but his race ended on the first corner following a collision with fellow Spaniard Alvaro Bautista.
In total, seven riders failed to finish the Dutch MotoGP, with Karel Abraham (Cardion AB Motoracing) not even starting the race, while Stoner managed to avoid the drama to win.
Lorenzo's team-mate Ben Spies, who won last year, finished fourth, while Cal Crutchlow (Monster Yamaha) claimed fifth place.
Saturday's victory was Stoner's sixth-consecutive podium finish at the Dutch MotoGP, and his second win at the venue after also triumphing in 2008.
The 26-year-old is now equal with Lorenzo on 140 points at the top of the overall standings, with Pedrosa third on 121.
Great Britain's Crutchlow is in fourth on 77 points and Italian Dovizioso completes the top five, just a point further back.