MSVR has been organising the race meetings of the Aston Martin Owners' Club (AMOC) since 2012, and the club has witnessed a resurgence over the last few years. Highlights include the Aston Martin Centenary Meeting at Brands Hatch in 2013 and the upcoming AMOC 80th Anniversary Celebration in September 2015.
The grids range from the behemoths of the Pre-War Team Challenge, through the icons of the AMOC '50s Sports Cars (now incorporating the Vredestein Jaguar XK Challenge), to the much loved pre-1966 sports cars (of 1150-2700cc capacity) in "Equipe"GTS.
Introducing flavours from Europe, the AMOC Intermarque Championship sees Britain's finest battle against their counterparts from Ferrari and Porsche, amongst others. The championship is one of the longest-running championships in the UK, having been established in the early 1970s.
Catering for all types of GT and touring cars built prior to 1966 and conforming to the FIA Appendix K regulations, the Innes Ireland Cup was introduced in 2014. Running at almost every AMOC Racing meeting in 2015, each race is for 45 minutes and features a compulsory pit-stop and optional driver change.
2015 saw the launch of a brand new series for GT4 Aston Martins, the Aston Martin GT4 Cup. The new series was launched by Aston Club Racing and ran at every round of the AMOC Racing calendar in 2015. The series is open to both current specification GT4 Astons, and to cars running to earlier specifications – including N24 cars. The new series has the full support of both Aston Martin Lagonda and Aston Martin Racing.
AMOC Racing meetings often incorporate a lunchtime parade lap and hospitality for AMOC members, and with an open paddock policy spectators are able to get up close to the rare, beautiful and sometimes even priceless machinery.