Amer Beg, was born and raised in Hyderabad, India. The youngest of 5 boys, he was sent to boarding school and then attended University in London, Canada. It was when he moved to Toronto, Canada, that Amer was discovered on the street racing circuit and was invited to showcase his skills on a professional level.
Unlike most, Amer started racing at the age of 25 by which time, most drivers had a decade of racing under their belt. In his first year, 2006, Amer raced in the Canadian Rookie Karting Championship and managed to impress all by becoming 'Rookie of the Year' as well as 'Champion'. Also in the same year, he managed to bag other championship trophies such as the Canada Day Cup and the Mosport Labour Day Challenge.
The following year he managed to successfully defend the Canada Day Cup Championship. He suffered a mechanical failure, while running 3rd in the Canadian National Championship, in 2007. Amer ENCOURAGED TEENAGE DRIVERS TO STOP STREET RACING AND BRING THEIR TALENT ON THE race track. He coached racing this year apart from focusing on his own career.
In 2008, Amer found himself relocating to his hometown Hyderabad, India and as such did not participate in racing due to family obligations.
Having completed karting, in 2009, Amer made his move to open wheel racing taking part in the Formula LGB Swift JK Tyre Indian National Championship.
Currently in 2010 Amer is racing in the MRF INTERNATIONAL CHALLENGe, driving the FORMULA 1600. An F3 car with a 1.6ltr Ford Duratec Engine fitted for the Indian circuits. On his very first outing Amer managed to qualify 3rd in both races and secure 2nd place in both RACE 1 and RACE 2.