Phillipe Adams

Wednesday 19th November 1969

Born on this day, Phillipe Adams, Belgium driver, runner-up in the 1992 British F3 championship, and, after appeal, belatedly crowned 1993 British F2 champion. Adams seemed a fair choice for Lotus to run the Belgian driver in his home GP in 1994 at Spa. A reported cash injection of $500,000 might have helped, too. After two embarrassing races in F1 he returned to the Belgian Procar series with Audi, where he was an extremely competitive proposition. Though often a race winner, he narrowly failed to land the title in both 1994 and 1995. He has subsequently dropped down the motorsport ladder, more recently racing in amateur long distance machinery.

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