The Škoda F3 (type 992) was a racing car built by the Czech automaker in 1964 as a single-seater to be raced in the Formula Junior or Formula 3 motorsport divisions. It is considered the successor to the Škoda Super Sport.
The water-cooled, OHV, four-cylinder, four-stroke, in-line engine was installed at the rear of the cars and had a displacement of 998cc or 1221 cc and a power output of 76 hp (56 kW). Later, the power was increased to 90 hp (66 kW). This accelerated the 410 kg vehicle up to 210 km/h. The aluminum or plastic body was self-supporting and had a frame of thin-walled tubes.