Franck Fréon (born 16th March, 1962 in Paris, France) is a French former racing driver.
Fréon began his career in French domestic series before moving over to the United States to aim for the Indy ladder. In 1991, Fréon took part in the World Touring Car Masters series at the Watkins Glen round for French outfit Graff Racing replacing regular driver Philippe Gache in the team's Peugeot 405. Fréon failed to qualify.
Fréon spent the rest of the decade racing in Indy Lights and CART before switching lanes into Endurance racing ahead of the 2000s. On retirement, Fréon started his own used car business in New Jersey which he runs to this day.