The Alpine A330 was a Formula 3 race car built and used in 1968 and 1969 by the French racing team Renault Alpine.
In 1968, Alpine built another Formula 3 race car. The vehicle was considered easy to handle and had a short chassis based on a simple trellis frame. The Alpine A330 of 1968 was the only Formula 3 car (except vehicles from Eastern Europe), that had the engine in the rear. The Alpine development team home-built an engine that delivered 115 hp and was the main competition for the Ford based cars.
The development of the car was slowed by a tight budget, but managed to finish with Patrick Depailler in three second places, proving the quality of the little race car.
In 1969, the car was used in parallel with the new Alpine A360.