8 rue du Champ de Magny
+33 0(3)86 21 86 86
+33 0(3)86 21 21 60
Benoit BAGUR - Directeur du pôle Ligier de Magny-Cours / Site Manager of Magny-Cours
The Magny-Cours site was Tico Martini’s workshop for over 40 years. It is where his team built the Martini Formula Renault, Formula 2, Formula 3 and Formula 1 cars.

In 2004, Guy Ligier took it over to construct the CN sports prototypes: the Ligier JS 49, JS 51 and JS 53.

As a result of the rapprochement between Ligier and Onroak Automotive in 2013, the site now houses the production of the Ligier JS 53 EVO 2 and the Ligier JS P3.

Some 20 km from Nevers around ten people look after the cars entered in several circuit championships in both sprint and endurance events and also in hill climbs.
In this workshop, which exudes passion and the history of French motor sport, there is an assembly bay, machining workshops, and one for composites with an oven and an autoclave.

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