Bell Helmets car racing motorsport helmets

Bell Racing Helmets is the world’s leading manufacturer of state-of-the-art head protection designed for professional and amateur drivers competing in the sport of auto racing. The Bell name is synonymous with safety, innovation, performance and engineering excellence. Since 1954, Bell helmets have been worn and trusted by more champions, in all forms of racing, than any other brand.

The current generation of Bell Racing helmets combines leading-edge technology, superior engineering, outstanding comfort and fit, excellent ventilation, forward thinking design and winning features using the latest material innovations and manufacturing techniques to create advanced helmets that maximize protection and enhance driver performance. Bell is the leading supplier of helmets in Formula 1 and manufactures purpose-built designs used in all forms of motorsports worldwide.

Today, Bell Racing Helmets is a brand of Racing Force, the leading Group in the Motorsport Safety Product Industry with the most advanced and complete range of protection and performance products used worldwide by top professionals, amateur athletes, racing teams and car manufacturers from Formula 1 to World Rally Championship, Sportscar, Stockcar, Offroad, Drag Racing, Open Wheel and Karting. Racing Force Group Brands including Bell Helmets, OMP, Zeronoise and Racing Spirit have won more than 60 FIA World Championship titles along with IndyCar®, NASCAR®, NHRA® and Supercars® championships.

Bell Racing Helmets are produced in an exclusive, 60,000 square meter manufacturing operation, Racing Force International based in Bahrain and adjacent to the Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) is Bell Racing’s exclusive production facility and houses corporate offices, factory showroom, research and development, and distribution activities.
Bell Racing Helmets are sold and distributed through Racing Force USA, Inc., headquartered in Miami, Florida, serving customers in North and South America with Pro Shop retail locations in Speedway, Indiana, located near the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and in Mooresville, North Carolina in the heart of NASCAR country.