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Adam was born in Dartford, Kent on October 23rd 1979. At the age of 11 he started racing in karts, moving on to Formula First, Formula Ford, Formula 3, and then the German Porsche Carrera Cup.
Some feel that Adam's potential was not fully tapped as he was not from a wealthy family and was completely devoid of any business skills which are needed to raise money in order to race.
Despite this, he had a successful career with three years as a paid professional, something that is extremely rare in the world of Motor Racing.
Career highlighs include pole positions is each category raced in, including the 2000 Formula Ford 1600 Festival at Brands Hatch, and his first Formula 3 Scholarship race at Silverstone in 2001.
For 2003 Adam was sponsored by the British Racing Drivers Club (BRDC) as a "Rising Star" but decided to retire at the end of the season after being disillusioned by the need for money to progress further up the ranks.
After his Formula 3 performances in 2001, Adam was invited to the Williams F1 team to discuss the possibility of testing their car but this was not possible due to the fact that new drivers need to bring money in order to get a foot in the door, a fact not widely known by F1 fans.