nope, that's just the difference between a list view and a form view. A form is only designed to show one record at a time, so the entire layout is joined together as a form. A list view is designed to accommodate as many records as a filemaker table can store, so the "wrapper" is locked, while the "body" scrolls completely up and down.
As an alternative, you could make a list view with a very tall body part, and limit your found set to one record at a time. That would achieve the locking behavior you are looking for, but would require many layout script triggers and possibly virtual lists to handle record changes.
Another alternative, if you've got a lot of form/detail data per record that you'd like to be able to scroll in form view while leaving a header area fixed, is to use a web viewer with a data URI. Particularly if the record data is read-only, then this is relatively simple (a bit of straightforward html plus, probably, some css styling). Even editable forms are now possible as of FM 13.0v2, although clearly more work.