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Chicago Pneumatic Welcomes Off-Road Racing Series Champion Ryan Beat as Sponsored Athlete

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March 2, 2018

Chicago Pneumatic, international maker of automotive and industrial tools, welcomes Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) driver Ryan Beat to its family of sponsored athletes. Beat competes in the Pro-Lite class where he races his No. 51 Bilstein Shock Absorbers Chevy.


Ryan Beat was born to a racing family in Southern California and began his career in motocross, where he won 12 amateur championships. A career-ending injury led Beat to the LOORRS UTV class races, and then to Pro-Lite class racing, where he continued his winning ways, earning back-to-back Challenge Cup podiums and his first career win at the Wild West Motorsports Park in Reno, Nevada in fall 2012.

Beat formed his own team, Ryan Beat Motorsports, in 2015, and has since then earned 12 career wins, 33 podiums, and the world championship. He will take fans on future journeys with him on social media, providing exclusive content to Chicago Pneumatic's social channels.

“Chicago Pneumatic is excited to support Ryan Beat for what I’m sure will be a successful and exciting 2018 race season,” said Billy Lipari, marketing manager for Chicago Pneumatic.

About Chicago Pneumatic
Chicago Pneumatic has a proud history in the automotive industry beginning in 1925 when it manufactured the Benz Diesel(R) engine used in European race cars. In 1969, Chicago Pneumatic introduced the world’s first speed ratchet, “CP728,” at the Ford Motor Company. Since then, Chicago Pneumatic tools have been the choice of automobile manufacturers and repair professionals worldwide.

Chicago Pneumatic is a global manufacturer of power tools, air compressors, generators, light towers, and hydraulic equipment for professional and industrial applications. With thousands of products available in more than 150 countries, Chicago Pneumatic, Inc. is held by the Swedish conglomerate Atlas Copco. Its U.S. Headquarters are located in Rock Hill, South Carolina.