15 Facts About Jonathan Adam


Jonathan Adam competed in the British Touring Car Championship in 2009 and currently competes in the FIA World Endurance Championship, British GT Championship, winning the 2015,2016,2018 and 2019 championships.


Jonathan Adam won the LMGTE Pro class at the 2017 24 Hours of Le Mans.


In 2003, Jonathan Adam finished 3rd overall in the Scottish Formula Ford Zetec Championship, however he was 2nd and 5pts behind Ryan Cannon in the Newcomer's Cup.


Jonathan Adam moved into the Renault Clio Cup in 2004, and after a season long battle with Ed Pead and Paul Rivett, it was the latter who took the title after Jonathan Adam failed to finish in the penultimate race at Donington Park.


Jonathan Adam then took 4 podiums, including a win, to become the Clio Cup Winter series champion.


Jonathan Adam competed in another one-makes series in 2006, this time the SEAT Cupra Championship.


Jonathan Adam finished 3rd, in a competitive series with would-be 2007 BTCC driver Mat Jackson and Alan Blencowe finishing ahead of him in the standings.


In 2007, Jonathan Adam continued in the championship, driving in the top Leon Cupra R class, and sealed the title with 3 races to go at his home circuit of Knockhill, taking 9 wins and 17 podium from the 20 races.


Jonathan Adam remains in the SEAT Cupra Championship for 2008.


Jonathan Adam eventually won the championship for the second year in succession.


Jonathan Adam joined the British Touring Car Championship in 2009, driving a BMW 320si for Motorbase Performance.


Unable to find funding to continue in the BTCC, Jonathan Adam moved to the British GT Championship to drive an Aston Martin DBRS9 for Beechdean Motorsport for 2011.


Jonathan Adam teamed up with Howard for 2012, driving Beechdean's Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3.


From 2015 and onwards, Jonathan Adam has finished in the top 3 in the GT3 Championship standings in the British GT Championship, winning the title in 2015,2016,2018, and 2019.


Jonathan Adam Became a two time class winner at Le Mans in 2020, but this time in the GTE Am class with TF Sport.