• 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.


Paul Guativa traveled to Bahrain to represent MagCanica and support the 8 Hours of Bahrain WEC event, the final race of the 2023 WEC season. Paul’s attendance rounded out MagCani

Brian Katan, an Electronics and Embedded Software Engineer, represented MagCanica at the 2023 Rally of Morocco. The cross country race traversed the Sahara desert over the span of

Paul Guativa, Senior Electrical Engineer, and Jenny Weyland, Operations & Logistics Manager, of MagCanica traveled to Japan to support the 6 Hours of Fuji WEC practice and full

Attending the practice leading to the 2023 6 Hours of Monza as well as support during the race included Dejan Samardzic and Brian Katan from MagCanica. In addition to supporting th