Revealed at the 2015 Le Mans 24 Hours week, the Ligier JS P3 keeps in the same vein as the Ligier JS P2 in particular with its design and aerodynamics.

Driver comfort, reliability and performance characterise the Ligier JS P3.

In 2016 and 2017, ten LM P3 titles have been won with the Ligier JS P3 in the European and Asian Le Mans Series, the Asian Le Mans Sprint Cup, the V de V Endurance Series and the IMSA Prototype Challenge.

The 100th Ligier JS P3 was delivered in November 2017!

Technical sheet

Chassis

  • monocoque carbon - HP Composites
  • bodywork carbon HP Composites
  • length: 4605mm - width: 1900mm - wheelbase: 2860mm
  • weight: 930kg

Suspensions

  • double wishbone
  • pushrod and spring-damper combination
  • latest generation of 3-way shock absorbers
  • adjustable anti-roll bar system
  • 3rd element front and rear

Gearbox

  • 6-speed sequential gearbox Xtrac 1152 with aluminium casing
  • semi-automatic pneumatic steering wheel paddle system Megaline
  • oil radiator cooling

Steering

  • hydraulic power steering

Engine* & Electronics

  • Nissan VK50, V8, 5 litres, 420 hp
  • gearbox and engine control units Magneti Marelli SRG

Brakes

  • master-cylinder AP Racing
  • 6-piston monobloc calipers Brembo
  • Ø 14'' front and rear steel discs Brembo

Rims

  • Ø18'' magnesium OZ Racing - front width: 12,5'' - rear width: 13''

Safety

  • 2014 ACO rules
  • comfortable driving position with carbon seat support
  • optimized driver and cockpit ventilation
  • headrest compatible with Hans device

 

*common for all the LM P3 manufacturers

Highlights

IMSA Prototypes Challenge
2017: 27 podiums, 11 wins, 1 title
2018, after round 3/6: 6 podiums, 3 wins
Asian Le Mans Series (LM P3 cat.)
2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18: 24 podiums, 11 wins, 3 titles

Asian Le Mans Sprint Cup
2016, 2017: 15 podiums, 10 wins, 2 titles
European Le Mans Series (LM P3 cat.)
2016, 2017: 34 podiums, 11 wins, 2 titles
2018, after round 5/6: 13 podiums, 5 wins

V de V Endurance Series (LM P3 cat.)
2016, 2017: 35 podiums, 12 wins, 2 titles
2018, after round 4/6 : 6 podiums, 4 wins

Michelin Le Mans Cup
2017: 15 podiums, 2 wins
2018, after round 5/6: 4 podiums