Riding for the Yamaha MS Racing WorldSSP300 Supported Team, Spanish youngster Orradre enjoyed a sensational maiden full WorldSSP300 campaign, in which he claimed a dominant victory at the season-opening Jerez race, scoring two further podiums at Portimão and Aragón.
The 2019 Spanish Junior Superbike Champion was an early title contender, but a run of bad luck saw him drop a number of points. Despite this, Orradre finished an impressive seventh in the championship and second in the Yamaha R3 bLU cRU Challenge standings.
Orradre will remain with the Yamaha MS Racing team and alongside Biblion Motoxracing Yamaha WorldSSP300 Supported Team’s Bahattin Sofuoğlu, completes the bLU cRU’s WorldSSP300 line-up for 2021.
Meanwhile, Yamaha will also focus on bringing new young talents to the championship through the 2021 Yamaha R3 bLU cRU European Cup, which will run at six FIM Superbike World Championship rounds and is still open for registration to any riders aged 12 to 20 wanting to take their first step on the Road to WorldSBK.