• 100% of Formula 1 and LeMans P1 grids (since 2014)


  • 80% of FiA Formula E teams and selected by FiA for governing purposes in 2022


  • FiA LeMans hypercars selected by FiA for governing purposes in 2021


  • Mil-Spec certified and in full production with US Navy hovercraft turboshaft engine sensor


  • Flight tested multiple times on helicopter tail-rotors, and in path towards production with major helicopter supplier


  • Capable of measuring beyond 100,000Nm

High Accuracy, Robust, In-vehicle Torque Sensing

MagCanica, Inc. designs, develops, and manufactures torque sensor systems for high performance in-vehicle and dynamometer applications, such as automotive racing powertrains, energy sector high speed coupling shafts, turboshaft engines and associated rotorcraft transmissions.


Le Mans lineup

24 Hours of Le Mans

Supporting what is considered one of the greatest sporting events in the World from June 6th through the 12th, representing MagCanica were Michael Callahan, Brian Katan, and Dejan Samardzic (in order on the selfies). This was an amazing opportunity for …
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2022 F1 Season in Bahrain

Starting the 2022 F1 Season, with Ferrari off to their first 1-2 finish since 2019, MagCanica is honored to have had 58 systems being used during the race!
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SAE WCX 2022

Ryan Kari from MagCanica will be presenting “Development and Validation of a Magnetoelastic Torque Sensor for Motorsport Applications” Tuesday, April 5th at the SAE WCX Conference in Detroit, Michigan. The presentation time will be 4:30pm, in the Powertrain Actuators and …
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MagCanica attends the 2nd 2022 F1 Track Test in Bahrain

Attending the 2nd F1 Track Test in Bahrain, Principal engineer Dejan Samardzic whom is highly experienced in attending these events traveled with Karim Itani for his first test. The report from this event was that the “last day was crazy,” …
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Respect the bumps – 1000 miles of Sebring

Fairing the major temperature swings range from hot and humid, to rained out, to just simply chilly, Rida Alvi and Dominic Ryan of MagCanica supported the WEC Testing at Sebring. The testing was held in preparation for the 1000 miles …
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MagCanica attends the 2022 F1 Preseason Track Test

Senior Engineers Alvin Chak and Dakota McCormack attended the 1st preseason F1 Track Test in Barcelona. This test is often the most valuable both to the teams, but also to MagCanica, in which our products are being tested on the …
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MagCanica attends Roar Before the Rolex 24

Supporting our products and customers, MagCanica was proud to have Dejan Samardzic and Brian Katan in attendance at the Roar Before the Rolex 24 at the Daytona International Speedway from Friday through Sunday. Our “pictures and videos don’t do the …
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SAE Publication at WCX 2022 Approved

We’re excited to have received the formal approval for our upcoming publication with SAE, that will be presented at the SAE World Congress in Detroit in April! This paper has been authored with a motorsport client, and describes the development …
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New Patent Granted

MagCanica is excited to have been granted a new patent US 11,215,523 B2, a continuation of PCT/US2016/037548, originally filed on June 15, 2016. This further clarifies our claims associated with methods of accuracy enhancement applicable to torque sensors, based on …
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MagCanica attends 24-Hours of Le Mans

After only being able to offer limited support to the racing series over the last year due to the global pandemic, MagCanica was proud to have electronics engineers Dominic Ryan and Paul Guativa provide in person support our clients and …
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