Full Name: Lindsey Allison Adams
Birth Date: January 27, 1987
Birthplace: Dallas, Texas
Residence: Richardson, Texas
Weight: 125 lbs
Family: George, Debbie, and Lauren (sister-24)
Education: The Hockaday School
Hobbies: Go-karting, working out, jet skiing, cycling, and rock climbing
Personal Vehicle: Z4 BMW
Favorite Food: Cake
Favorite Drink: Milk
Favorite Day of the Year: July 4th
Favorite Movies: Top Gun and Pirates of the Caribbean
Favorite Actor: Vince Vaughan
Favorite Actress: Jennifer Garner
Favorite Music: Country
Racing Goals: To race and win in NASCAR
Heroes: My Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ!
Greatest Influence: Dan Tomlin Jr., the person who believed in me enough to put me in a formula car
2007: A year to gain seat time. Lindsey ran the first three races in Formula BMW USA and plans to focus on running as many Skip Barber National and Regional races she can. With getting back to the basics she will be focusing on gaining as much time in as many cars as possible. She plans to compete in the Sports Car Club of America, Stars of Karting, Skip Barber National and Regional Series, Formula BMW USA, and possibly the Star Mazda Series.
2006: Received an opportunity to drive a Standard Formula Mazda for Addison, Texas, based racing team, Team Tomlin. Won her first SCCA national race at Texas World Speedway and finished second in the Southwest Formula Mazda series. Lindsey and Team Tomlin dedicated October Mazda race to raising awareness for breast cancer and received ABC World News Person of the Week for such efforts.
2005: Ran an undefeated year. In January Lindsey competed in the World Karting Association Winter Cup Championship winning the championships in both the TAG class and the Rotax International class. With the ball rolling Lindsey participated in the South West Regional Cup Championsip, running in 12 races and winning 12 races. Mid summer she competed in the Rotax South Central Regions Cup and the Kart National Championship, winning both. Lindsey’s most memorable racing moment is starting last in the KART National Championship race due to a broken throttle cable in qualifying and battling up to first place, winning the national championship.
2004: Competed in the Rotax International class at the North Texas Kartway and received Rookie of the Year.
2002-2003: Ran club races with North Texas Karters and won first race in 2002.