Adam Lemke, the 18-year-old from Hollister, CA who started his racing career on the West Coast now finds himself in his second year racing on the East Coast for Hawk McCall Motorsports.
Adam's racing career started at the age of 9, behind the wheel of a quarter-midget where his obsession with racing began. Soon after, Adam started racing in the California Mini Cup Series where he won two track championships and the 2016 California Mini Cup Series Championship.
2017: In his first full season in the USAC Western Midget Series Adam won 5 main events, 7 heat races, and the 2017 Rookie of the Year. While competing in USAC on dirt and asphalt, Adam also competed part time in the 51-fifty Jr. Late Model Series where he racked up several top 3 and top 5 finishes.
2018: Adam's continued success carried on as in 2018 Adam racked up 10 main event wins, 11 heat race wins, the 2018 Overall Series Championship, 2018 Pavement Series Championship, and 2nd in the Dirt Series Championship. 2018 also seen Adam move up into the RPM Pro Late Model Series where he finished 8th in points and won the 2018 Rookie of the Year honors.
2019: Adam made the move to Jr Motorsports and competed in select CARS Tour and NASCAR Whelen All-American Series. Adam ended of 2019 with a win at Hickory Motor Speedway in his first race at the track and a 3rd place finish at Orange County Speedway in the Old North State Nationals $30,000 to win.
2020: Adam joined Hawk McCall Motorsports with legendary NASCAR crew chief Lee McCall and the pair have not recorded a finish outside of the top 10.