A resident of Southern California, Adam started sim racing in 2003 with Live for Speed and NASCAR SimRacing.
In 2004, Adam entered the RMN NASCAR E-Championship, finishing 3rd in the standings in his debut campaign. The following season, he finished 2nd in the championship with 24 top-5s in 36 starts.
In 2005, Adam started racing karts in real life, earning rookie of the year in the TRI-C Regional Karting Championship. In 2006, he won the Apex Karting Championship with 4 wins and 6 podiums. In 2007, he defended his Apex crown with 7 wins and 9 podiums.
In 2008, he finished 2nd in the 12-hour California Endurance Karting Invite. Adam capped off his karting career with a team victory at the 2009 California State Karting Championship. In 2009, Adam returned to sim racing and adopted the Rfactor platform, joining Virtual Online Racers. Over the following two years, he won both the Season 4 and Season 5 GT Championship. Switching his focus to endurance racing, Adam then joined Deuces Motorsport Club in the Virtual Endurance Championship. He accumulated 13 wins and 17 podiums in VEC Seasons 3 through 5, in 19 races entered. Adam joined the Satellite Racing Team for the Virtual Endurance Championship late in Season 9 after a hiatus from sim racing of 4 years.