daily routine begins with a grouling workout at the gym.
Adam believes that his personal fitness is a major roll
in developing himself as a driver.
"If am not driving , I'm training. To aid recovery I will finish training
one week before I drive a serious test or race".
training consists of mainly Cardio Vascular work to improve
my general fitness and provide me with the stamina I need
to drive as hard as I can in any length motor race".
"This year as always will be tough but I am getting acclimatised
to it and my fitness level is as good as it has ever been.
I am going to be in fantastic shape for the coming British GT
to the right you can see Adam after driving F3000 in Jerez,
Spain during August 1998. The intense heat conditions he
experienced during this event where the key factor in his
decision to become the serious fitness fanatic he is today.
of racing in the climate of Malaysia and Japan I have included training
in a steam room to get my body and mind used to dealing
with heat and humidity".
As well as a full time healthy eating regime Adam comments "on
the week build up to a race, I participate in 'Carbohydrate
Loading' by eating mainly pasta and rice. So I am full
of carbohydrates and energy and prepared as I can be to
do the best job I can as soon as I get in the car".
"I train at the gym for at least 3 hours a day, 4 days
a week doing Cardiovascular work. Mainly lots of running,
cycling and cross training, because of being out in Malaysia and japan, I have also incorporated getting
used to extreme temperatures by doing 'stints'
in the steam room and sauna after each workout".
AM - Breakfast
AM - Leave for
AM - Test session 90 Minutes
AM - Qualifying starts
PM - Lunch
PM - Cars
+ Team to Grid
PM - Race
Adam racing at the Fuji circuit in
Honshu - Japan,
against the stunning backdrop of Mount Fuji.
PM - Race Finish
PM - Podium Celebrations
Leave for hotel