Debuting in WorldSSP300 in 2018, the Yamaha MS Racing WorldSSP300 Supported Team has been a competitive team from the start. In their first season they finished an impressive third on the team standings and took a maiden with at the final round in Magny-Cours courtesy of Daniel Valle.
2019 was another competitive year for the team, taking a podium at Donington Park with Andy Verdoia to ultimately take fourth place in the team standings.
2020 saw the team enter their third WorldSSP300 season, with rider Unai Orradre giving them victory at Jerez, alongside two further podiums as the team finished second in the championship.
In 2021, Orradre remained with the team for the first half of the season, scoring a podium at the Aragón opener. The Spanish youngster stepped up to the WorldSSP class with the team from Magny-Cours.
For 2022, Yamaha R3 bLU cRU European Cup winner Iker Garcia Abella stepped up to the championship with Yamaha MS Racing, taking eighth at Most.
Another Yamaha R3 bLU cRU European Cup winner steps up to the championship with the Yamaha MS Racing team in 2023, this time Brazil's Enzo Valentim, who already showed his potential with impressive wildcard performances in 2022.