Adam’s passion for motorsports started at an early age, regularly accompanying his father, who campaigned a wood-framed Morgan 4/4, to nearby Summit Point Raceway. Although the motorsports “hook” was set deep, it wasn’t until he graduated from George Washington University that he first got behind the wheel of a racecar, attending a school at Lime Rock Park. This experience only fueled the fire and evolved into a job at the school he had attended. Over the better part of a decade, Burrows would spend his weekdays overseeing automobile manufacturer sales training and media and event marketing programs for one of the largest racing schools in the world. On the weekends, he would hone his driving skill and racecraft in sports racers and formula cars at racetracks across the Northeast, like Watkins Glen, Bridgehampton and Mosport. After scoring championships in a variety of junior-level sprint road racing categories, and making several starts in Rolex Sports Car Series, Adam moved to endurance sports car racing full time in 2007. It was a good move, as he won the United Sportscar Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Championship with co-driver Trevor Hopwood in their rookie season with Turner Motorsport. Following up the championship, Burrows returned to CTSCC in 2008, taking a pair of race wins and finishing second in the year-end standings, driving for Compass360 Racing. However, a career highlight was an invitation to join the factory Kia Motorsport North American racing program in 2010. Once again partnering with Hopwood, Burrows helped push the development of the Kia Forte Koup forward all year long, bringing the brand crucial race finishes and helping the team to a championship in 2011. In addition to working as a driver coach, Burrows career as a consultant in the automotive marketing industry has seen him working with scores of manufacturers through the last decade, designing and developing sales training and experiential marketing events. Burrows is also an accomplished guitar player, skier and avid adventure motorcycle traveler.