2017 Beyer can only score points in just three races, failing to score again after round seven. Struggles with the cars handling and also against his teammate, Will Hoskins. Once again makes virtually no driver errors and finishes the season ranked 19th.
2016 A year of impressive regular point finishes in an improving AMR. Claims his maiden pole position in Mexico, although is denied a podium again, due to another drivers error. Misses out on the top ten by finishing 11th overall in the championship.
2015 Enjoys a much better season scoring points six occasions, including a sensational fourth place at the season ending Brazilian V-Prix. Is cruelly denied a first podium at Hockenheim due to reliability issues, after a great drive. 14th overall at seasons end.
2014 Signs with Force Australia (later named AMR from 2015). A consistent season sees Beyer finishing every race bar one. Takes a sole points finish at Barcelona. Finishes 25th in the drivers championship, beating his teammate.
2013 Impresses in the opening round with third on the grid albeit suffering a brake failure later on in the race. Scores points three times before left without a drive due to BMW Zyla's exclusion. Is picked up two races later for two just races by Downton, both ending in retirements. 20th overall in the 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