2017 This season is a let down as Davenport fails to score any points with a best result of fourteenth place at the Brazilian V-Prix. The cars lack of pace makes it virtually impossible to compete with the mid field teams. FUN departs Formula Virtual initially leaving him without a drive. Later signs with Phoenix for 2018.
2016 Has an incredible year once he reaches round five where he takes FUN's first ever podium. Takes there first ever win four races later along with three other podiums and multiple point finishes. Finishes a fantastic 5th place in the drivers championship with 146 points, his best season to date.
2015 Finishes 8th in the opening race but from then on can't manage to score another point. Reliability issues and lack of pace ensures 18th place in the drivers championship is the best he can achieve.
2014 Davenport has a similar season with occasional point scoring finishes however doesn't have the car to challenge for wins and podiums. Falls to 13th overall at seasons end. Moves to FUN for 2015.
2013 Has an impressive season with the ever improving Lucas, scoring points occasionally. Takes a memorable first pole at Monza and a race later takes his first win at Shanghai. Finishes 7th overall in the drivers championship.
2017 DRIVER STANDINGS
01 Nathaniel Powers 02 Klaas van Snelheid 03 Adrien Simon 04 Enrique Ruiz 05 Tumo Kinnumen 06 Allar Kangur 07 Finn Schynder 08 Arden Hutchinson 09 Karl Beckenbauer 10 Oleksandr Zozulya 11 Puccio Giodano 12 Hugh Dwyer 13 Lewis Ellington 14 Will Hoskins 15 Judson Sikes 16 Jochem van Snelheid 17 Elroy Wagner 18 Kiara Thunder 19 Felix Beyer 20 Aleksy Nowosinski 21 James Harding 22 Aron Einarsson 23 Stuart Harrison 24 Douglas Bacon 25 Johan Halvosen 26 Olen Inman 27 Viktor Ostberg 28 Carson Davenport 29 Jean Mattson 30 Nikolai Milkovich 31 Diego Campos