|In mid-1994 Adams mustered up a rumoured half million dollars and signed on with cash-strapped Lotus for his home GP. He didn't totally embarrass himself, but all in all it was nothing more than a financially motivated, temporary, F1 foray.|
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|1981|| Began racing karts.|
|1984|| Began racing cars.|
European Opel Lotus, 31st overall.
British Vauxhall Lotus, 8th overall, three 3rd places.
|1989|| British F3, 6th overall, 23 points, 1 win in Bowman Ralt RT33.|
|1990|| British F3 in Bowman Ralt RT33.|
Japanese F3, 12th overall.
Japanese Touring Car Championship.
Japanese F3000, 1 entry, 1 DNQ.
British F3, 2nd overall, 2 wins in Alan Docking Ralt RT36.
Marlboro Masters F3 event at Zandvoort, 9th place.
|1993|| British F2, 1st overall, 5 wins in Madgwick Reynard 92D and Argo Reynard 91D.|
Belgian Procars, 1 win in Audi 80 Quattro.
DTM, 2 entries.
|1994|| Lotus 109 Mugen, 2 entries.|
|1995|| Belgian Procars, 3rd overall, 4 wins in Audi 80 Quattro.|
BPR Global GT Endurance Championship, 2 entries in V de V Vertigo.
1 GT race in Dodge Viper at Dijon.
International Group N Series in BMW M3.
|1997|| International Group N Series, 1 win in BMW M3.|
|1998|| Veedol Long-Distance Cup, numerous class victories in BMW 318ti Compact.|
Nurburgring 24hr race in East Belgian Racing BMW M3.
Vallelunga Silver Cup 6hr race in BMW M3.
Celebrity events in Belgium.
|2000|| Veedol Long-Distance Cup in Ferrari F355.|
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