Formula France was introduced in 1968 by the French Motorsport Federation (FFSA) as a category of single – seater cars preceeding Formula 3 . The cars  were equipped with the Renault 8 Gordini 1,300  cc engine with 105 horsepower. The tires were special Michelin XAS FF soft rubber tires. In 1968-70, the Formula France Criterium was ran allowing drivers to compete each year in around fifteen events. In 1971, the championship was taken over by Régie Renault, which renamed it the Critérium de Formule Renault before adopting the engine of the Renault 12 Gordini 1600cc in 1972. Manufacturers of Formula France chassis included such companies as Alpine, Pygmée, Grac, JEFA, Gerca, Fournier-Marcadier, as well as many private car builders. Automobile Alpine created its F France car, A340, in 1968. The single-seater was  equipped with the R8 Gordini engine and a five-speed gearbox. The A340 was produced in  seven copies.

1969Formula France
Driver No.Entrant
Société des Automobiles Alpine
Scale ManufacturerCollection
1:43EligorAlpine & Renault Sportives Collection
Cat. No.QualityRarity
No. 48