Beta Tools (Beta Utensili) is a world leading Italian manufacturer of
hand tools and equipment for automotive and industrial sectors. Beta
Utensili have 550+ staff world wide and the range includes over 10,000
products. The full range is available on Motorsport-tools.com
Beta hand tools are made in Italy and carry lifetime warranty.
Founded at the end of the first world war, the Beta tool workshops rapidly
expanded and in 1939 they registered the “Beta” name for the production
of professional hand tools that became its core business from the second
world war onwards.
Early Beta production factory, Italy
In the early sixties Beta Utensili was expanding quickly and were
employing two hundred staff and went on to design the famous orange
'Tank Trolley'. From then on the range of tool trolleys grew to include
the wide range of orange roll cabs and tool boxes that are available
The seventies was the start of a long term relationship with motorsport.
Beta pioneered motorsport sponsorship and the first great success came
in the 1975 Formula 1 season with Vittorio Brambilla at the wheel of the
famous orange “Beta Utensili March”. Brambilla won the Austrian Grand
Prix at Zeltweg.
Other Beta motorsport sponsorship include Ferrari, Jordan, McLaren and
Minardi F1 teams. Honda, Suzuki, Kawasaki and Yamaha in MotoGP. and
several teams in the WRC and British Superbike.
The Beta tool range has expanded over the years from the production of
hand tools to the wide range of over 10'000 products that's available
Beta product categories include: Specialist wrenches, sockets and drivers, torque wrenches, drilling
threading tools, measuring and marking tools, pullers, special
automotive tools, electricians & electronics tools, insulated tools,
sparkproof tools, Air tools.
Beta also do a large range of work wear and safety footwear under the 'Beta WORK' brand
Beta tools and cabinets are widely used by MotoGP race teams
The new Beta Racing Mobile Roller Cabinets
The famous Beta 41H Tool Trolley, widely used by motorcycle race teams
The Beta boardroom with real Formula 1 car, part of the recent F1
sponsorship deal. Note the walls are lined with famous
racing driver’s helmets - all with connections to Beta Tools.