• 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.



Formula E Race support at Mexico City

MagCanica was very excited to support the first race of the 2023 Formula E season in Mexico City on January 14th. Senior Engineer, Alvin Chak, and Electronics Engineer, Paul Guativa, assisted the FIA and all Formula E teams during the…

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Brian and Dejan at Valencia

Supporting the Formula E test at Valencia

We were excited to be able to support the start of the 9th season for Formula E, in which all 22 next generation Gen3 cars were on the track at the same time. Attending from MagCanica was Dejan Samardzic (Principal…

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View of the track at Road Atlanta

2022 MOTUL Petit Le Mans

MagCanica had quite the showing at Road Atlanta.  MagCanica personnel attended the 2022 Motul Petit Le Mans race on October 1st and the subsequent 3 days of GTP LMDh testing at Road Atlanta from October 3-5, 2022.  Attending the event…

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6 Hours of Monza

Dejan Samardzic had a productive trip to Monza, supporting the event on behalf of MagCanica. Not only was the racing exciting for the fans, but for MagCanica as well. We were able to carry out a number of upgrades while…

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Le Mans lineup

24 Hours of Le Mans

MagCanica was very excited to be part of one of the world’s greatest sporting events, the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Our engineers Michael Callahan, Brian Katan, and Dejan Samardzic were on hand from June 6th through 12th to support the more than 30…

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2022 F1 Season in Bahrain

MagCanica is honored that more than 50 of our torque sensor systems were used during the opening race of the 2022 F1 Series.  Congratulations to Ferrari on their 1-2 finish!

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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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Respect the bumps – 1000 miles of Sebring

Rida Alvi and Dominic Ryan of MagCanica supported the WEC Testing at Sebring, often through challenging weather conditions ranging from very hot and humid to extreme rain. The testing was held in preparation for the 1000 miles of Sebring, in…

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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 valuable to both the teams and MagCanica as our products are being tested on the new vehicles for the first time…

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