The history of Hans Weijs Motorsport dates back to the mid-eighties of the previous century. Hans Weijs Senior started to compete in rallies just for fun to relax a bit beside his busy job owning a garage. He did that with a car he had prepared himself. The rallying activities got more and more professional and success arrived. Hans Weijs Senior won the Dutch rallysprint title twice in 1994 and 1995. He was also the triple winner of the ECA Cup Autorallies (1995, 1998 en 2000). In 2006 the founder of Hans Weijs Motorsport became the Dutch Formula 2 champion for two-wheel drive cars. His last title so far is the Dutch shortrally championship in 2012.
At the end of the 2005 season Hans Weijs Junior entered the Dutch rallyscene. He was the first product of the talent scouting programme KNAF Talent First that had been organized by the Dutch motorsports federation. In 2006 Hans Weijs Junior won the Mitsubishi Colt Cup and became Dutch Champion Group C. From 2008 until 2010 Hans Weijs Motorsport was running the car of Hans Weijs Junior, as a part of the KNAF Talent First Team Holland, in the Junior World Rally Championship. Hans Weijs Junior won the JWRC classification in Spain (2009) and Germany (2010). In 2010 he was runner up in the JWRC and became vice-world champion.
Since 2011 Hans Weijs Junior is the successor to his father as CEO at Hans Weijs Motorsport. Hans Weijs Motorsport was relocated from Elst to Nijmegen. Hans Weijs Junior is responsible for the expansion of the company and runs their programmes for a number of drivers. Amongst them double Dutch rally champion Jeroen Swaanen who entrusts Hans Weijs Motorsport with his programme since 2013.