The Lotus 69 was the series of single seaters built for four categories – F2, F3, Formula B/Atlantic, and Formula Ford. The specification differed by chassis features and engines used. F3 car inherited the Lotus 59 square tube frame and was powered by various Ford-based engines. Formula 2 version had a monocoque center section with tubular front, and rear and Cosworth FVA engine was used. In the 1970 season Lotus 69 was used by several teams including quasi-works Johen Rindt Racing with graded drivers Johen Rindt and Graham Hill. Hill started only in a couple of F2 races, including Trophée de France Formule 2 at Circuit Paul Ricard where he finished 5th.
|1970||British Formula 3 Champoinship||I Trophée de France Formule 2, Le Castellet|
|Graham Hill||3||Jochen Rindt Racing|