The Club stages two spectacular world-class Concours events each year that attract entries from the worldwide Membership, showcasing some of the finest and rarest cars from every model era of Aston Martin production.
Held in the Spring and Autumn, the events take place at prestigious and innovative locations around the UK and have most recently included the Imperial War Museum Duxford, Alnwick Castle, Woburn Abbey & Safari Park and Compton Verney Art Gallery.
The Club encourages Concours entries from all of its Members, whether competing for the first time or experienced participants.
Members who prefer not to enter are most welcome to come and enjoy the spectacle. The Club organises a special display for non-competitors arriving in their Aston Martin.
AMOC Spring Concours 2017 at the new Aston Martin St Athan manufacturing facility huge success.
The AMOC Spring Concours was chosen as centre stage for the world-exclusive reveal of a new limited-edition Vanquish S Red Arrows model – ‘Red 10’ – to be donated to the RAF Benevolent Fund by Aston Martin Cambridge to raise over £1m for the Charity. The exclusive launch and spectacular Concours were part of a weekend of special events at the new Aston Martin St Athan manufacturing facility in Wales on Sunday 9 April 2017.
It was a picture perfect Autumn Concours at Compton Verney Art Gallery.
It was a picture perfect scene at Compton Verney National Art Gallery as AMOC concluded its 2016 season of events on Sunday 25th September with an outstanding Autumn Concours at this beautiful 18th Century mansion with ‘Capability Brown’ landscaped grounds.
Spring Concours at Duxford Imperial War Museum goes down in AMOC history.
The Spring Concours held at the Imperial War Museum Duxford on 21-22 May 2016 was "the best in the Club’s history to date" said AMOC Deputy Chairman and Concours Organiser, Mark Donoghue.
The weekend’s events, attended by the Club’s President Viscountess Diana Downe, attracted a record number of members from all over the world - as far as Australia - and more Concours entries than ever before.