LIGIER JS P2

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OVERVIEW

The Ligier JS P217 is the brand new LMP2 car from Onroak Automotive and has been manufactured in their Le Mans workshop.

The designers have developed the Ligier JS P217 based on what they learnt from their previous LMP2 chassis, focusing on aerodynamics, brake cooling and driver comfort among other things.

The Ligier JS P217 is eligible to race in the European Le Mans Series, FIA World Endurance Championship, IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

United Autosports are exclusive UK agents for Onroak Automotive and their range of Ligier cars.

If you are interested in aquiring a Ligier JS P217 visit www.ligieruk.com/cars/ligier-js-p217 or contact; callum@unitedautosports.com

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TECHNICAL DATA
Engine

Gibson GK428 4.2 litre V8 engine, 600bhp

Brakes

AP Racing master cylinder
Brembo six piston callipers
380mm AP Racing front and rear carbon discs

Transmission

Hewland TLS200 six-speed sequential gearbox with magnesium casing
Cooled by an oil exchanger
Aluminium semi-automatic pneumatic paddle shift system

Suspension

Front: double wishbone, pushrod, torsion bar and damper combination
Rear: double wishbone, pushrod, spring and damper combination with adjustable anti-roll bar
5 way adjustable latest generation dampers

Electronics

Cosworth data acquisition system with integrated telemetry to the ECU

Chassis

Carbon monocoque chassis
Carbon bodywork
Carbon fibre crash structure
High speed air jack system

Weight

930kg

Fuel System

ATL 75 litre tank

Cockpit

Multifunctional steering wheel with integral driver display
Six-point FIA approved safety harness
FIA approved fire extinguisher

Wheels

Magnesium 18” rims
Front: 12.5"
Rear: 13"

Dimensions

Length: 4745mm
Width: 1900mm
Wheelbase: 3010mm

Key Design Points

• The air supply of the engine radiators
• Cooling of the front and the rear brakes
• Aerodynamic efficiency and finesse
• Managing the weight and optimized mechanical distribution
• Driver comfort, space, ergonomics and visibility, while integrating
the new safety rules
• Cockpit air-conditioning system
• Reduced number of bodywork pieces