Claude Beat Fehr (1942 – 18 June 1967) was a racing driver from Switzerland, born in Zurich. He started racing in 1963, and raced several marques, including Alfa Romeo, Cooper, and De Tomaso, before buying a Brabham from fellow driver Jürg Dubler.
Fehr was killed in an Italian Formula 3 race at Caserta, the XVIII Coppa d'Oro Pasquale Amato, in the same accident that claimed the lives of "Geki" and "Tiger" Perdomi. He died after he got out of his car and ran back down the track to warn other drivers about the accident ahead of them. "Geki" could not avoid striking and killing Fehr, and "Geki" himself was also killed when his car then struck a wall.
Fehr was posthumously awarded with a Letter of Congratulations from the International Fairplay Committee for his actions.