LM P2

The LM P2 category is aimed at private teams, independent from manufacturers and/or engine suppliers. It responds to technical regulations and a strict limit on costs, defined by the FIA and the ACO. In 2017, a new regulation comes into place with only four manufacturers chosen for the chassis – Onroak Automotive, Oreca, Dallara and Riley Tech/Multimatic – and a unique engine supplier, Gibson Technology. Meanwhile, the LM P2 of the previous generation are still allowed to run. The continuation of the Ligier story in the LM P2 category will be written from 2017 with the brand new Ligier JS P217, one of the four models meeting the new ACO-FIA regulations. This new sport-prototype of the brand benefits from the experience gained in the category with the Ligier JS P2.  

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LM P3

The Automobile Club de l'Ouest (ACO) launched a new sport-prototype category in 2015 – named LM P3. This category makes it easier to access endurance racing as it has fewer budgetary, technical, driving and operational constraints than the LM P2, all the while benefitting from great safety. Six manufacturers were chosen to build the chassis, which is mandatorily closed – Ginetta, Onroak Automotive for the Ligier brand, Adess, Dome, Riley, and Norma – and one unique powertrain made up of the Nissan V8 atmospheric engine with 420 horsepower and an Xtrac gearbox.

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FIA FF

FIA Free Formula – Group E It is permitted to organise sporting competitions open to other racing vehicles than this e defined in one of the groups of FIA Regulations Appendix J. The FIA Free Formula consists of three categories. Among the different kinds of eligible cars in the Category II, there are the Sport cars (Two seater competition cars, open or closed, built especially for competition)

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CN

The CN sport-prototype category is managed by the FIA. Its chassis, crashbox and wing are made out of carbon and its bodywork in fibreglass. The engine's capacity is fixed at 3 litres. The sport-prototype benefits from a very attractive weight to power ratio. The type of engine and chassis manufacturer is not limited, but the models need to comply to the regulations of the series that they are entered in. It's the category with the easiest access to endurance racing in terms of costs, driving and operations. The CN are not just reserved for circuits. They are also allowed to take part in hill climbs.

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Formula 3

Formula 3 is a single-seater whose technical specifications are defined by the FIA. There are various series organised around the world and several manufacturers are involved. For the F3 Americas Championship, coming in 2018, the Ligier JS F3 will be the only model homologated to compete, equipped with a 2-litre 270 hp Honda engine.

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Formula 4

Formula 4 is the first level to start racing in single seaters. Various series are organised around the world and several manufacturers are involved. The Ligier JS F4, equipped with a 2-litre 160 hp Honda engine, is the only chassis homologated for the US F4 Championship launched in 2016.

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