As an expert investigator, Adam Quirk grew up fascinated by the field of criminal justice and pursued a career that has spanned almost 20 years within the field. His career includes experience as a Diversion Investigator for the Drug Enforcement Administration and a Criminal Investigator for the U.S. Department of Justice. Adam Quirk is also a passionate reader, which he considers to be one of the factors that influenced his education and subsequent career. But when he isn’t improving his skills in various aspects of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Adam Quirk can be found traveling or staying up to date on the latest news on cars and the automotive industry.
Adam Quirk has traveled to several destinations throughout the world, and still has more trips planned. He has been to Iceland, Bermuda, the Dominican Republic, and Italy. He has also made trips to China, Cuba, Thailand, South Korea, and Vietnam. During his trips, Adam Quirk takes amazing photographs of the scenery and continues to grow his portfolio. Some of Adam’s most impressive photos are from The Great Wall in China, as well as from Havana’s incredibly beautiful landscape. Some of Adam’s other memorable photos come from Iceland’s incredibly beautiful glaciers. One of Adam’s main goals is to visit the various Wonders of the World throughout his lifetime.
As for his interests in the automotive industry, it all stems from when Adam was growing up and his father had a 1970 Ford Mustang that they restored and a 1964 Ford Falcon. This got Adam and his brother very interested in cars, especially since their father was a big fan of Ford cars. Since his father refused to take a car to a shop for maintenance, Adam was able to learn how to take cars apart and change important parts. He would also attend classic car shows with his family whenever it came to town. Although he previously owned a 2009 Audi A5, and recently purchased a 2010 Audi Q5, Adam is proud of his first ever car – a 1990 Yugo GV Plus. He bought it for $500 when he was 16 years old and still wishes he had it, as it was great when traveling in the snow. Even though his Yugo wasn’t sporty or speedy, it remains one of his favorite vehicles of all time.
Although he loves classic cars, Adam is equally interested in modern vehicles and how the technology behind them is advancing. As technology in the auto industry is continuously changing, he stays up to date by reading publications like Motor Trend Magazine and by traveling to various auto shows throughout the U.S. Adam also recently attended the U.S. Nationals NHRA racing competition in Indianapolis, Indiana. Unlike traditional cars, drag racing offers incredible speeds in excess of 300 MPH in a very short distance.
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