Adam Wilcox has been racing since he was eight years old and has won eight major championship titles. Starting in karting, in 1994 he became the youngest ever 250cc FIA European Champion. His most notable achievements are finishing Vice Champion in the 1997 Formula Opel Euroseries which was the supporting series for the 1997 FIA Formula One World Championship and being nominated as one of the McLaren/Autosport young drivers of the year. He also won the Lotus Sport Elise Championship in 2000 by taking 9 lights to flag race victories. Other achievements were winning the 2001 Suzuka GTC 1000k event and finishing 6th in the 2002 GT300 Japanese GT Championship driving a Porsche GT3R, as well as winning the 2004 British GTC Championship driving a Ferrari 360 alongside Portuguese driver Ni Amorim. And being appointed as a full member of the prestigious British Racing Driver Club. After winning the 2004 British GTC Championship he continued to be a front running driver in the British GT Championship racing with Ferrari and Aston Martin over 10 seasons and has scored numerous Pole Positions, Fastest Laps and Podium finishes in the GT3 category. Adam joined the Hud Motorsports team in 2015 and in 2016 finished overall third in the GT Cup class with a Donington win and podiums. 2017 Finished 2nd overall in the GTO Group.
Team Name: JMH Automotive (12)
Vehicle Name/Type: Aston Martin Vantage GT3
Race Number: 12
Race Group: GTO
Favourite Circuit: Oulton Park
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