After the war under the stewardship of its distinguished competitions chairman Dudley Coram, it was one of the first clubs to arrange race meetings in Britain and indeed ran the first ever meeting at Snetterton. Coram curve remains a legacy of that time.
The AMOC’s competitions activities have remained a backbone of the 5,500 member worldwide club ever since. The club has also in the past organised international meetings such as the Martini Trophy and Interserie.
In 1973, The Intermarque championship was inaugurated; it still runs to this day with full grids and is one of the UK’s longest running championships. Recent decades have seen the club running meetings not just for Aston Martins but also the clubs for Ferrari, Porsche, Healey, MG, Formula Junior, Sunbeam to mention but a few. In 2010 Aston Martin Owners Club Racing participated in a series of endurance races for modern GT4 cars. Aston Martin remains one of the most globally revered luxury brands in the world and the AMOC one of the most respected one make car clubs.
The club has always had very close relations with the Aston Martin Company and members worldwide have been hugely supportive of the factory - especially its racing activities. A very large contingent of AMOC members attended Le Mans in 1959 when Aston Martin won.