Story By: BEN SHELTON / ADAM FAMILY RACING – WADE, NC – Daniel Adam is preparing for his most ambitious schedule to date. The North Carolina racer will pursue the O’Reilly Auto Parts Rookie of the Year title with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) aboard his RLM Enterprises / Re-Store Warehouse No. 75 Adam Family Motorsports / Justin L. Langdon Electrical Contractor / Rocket Chassis / Pro Power Racing Engine Super Late Model.
The upcoming season, which marks the sixth of his young racing career, will find Adam tackling 63 events at 28 different venues across 16 states with the LOLMDS. He additionally plans to contest the Castrol FloRacing Night in America events in 2024.
“This upcoming season is going to be quite the learning curve, but man I’m excited for the challenge. I can’t thank my family and my marketing partners enough for making this all possible,” Adam said. “We’ve put together a great team to support me through the ups-and-downs of life on the road with a national racing tour.”
Adam Family Motorsports has added Josh Baker as the team’s crew chief with C.J. Rabenau and Mark Markham on board as part of the crew. Rounding out Adam’s support cast for the 2024 season is team consultant, Corky Williams.
The 2024 campaign officially opens on Jan. 24 – 27 at Golden Isles Speedway (Brunswick, Ga.) with the Super Bowl of Racing. An Open Practice Session opens the weekend on Wednesday night before seeing a $10,000-to-win program on Thursday, a $12,000-to-win race on Friday, and a $25,000-to-win finale on Saturday.
The three-race opener kicks off 15 nights of racing during the LOLMDS January – February Speedweeks.