Wednesday, September 26 2012
Champions will be crowned at Snetterton this weekend as the final races of the 2012 Aston Martin Owners Club are held this Saturday (29 September).
The AMOC Pre-War Team Challenge for cars built between 1919 and 1941 remains wide open. The series sees teams consisting of one car make battling for hours against other marques, and fittingly it's the Aston Martin squad leading the way ahead of competitors from Bentley and Lagonda.
It's tight at the top of the Intermarque Championship, a category which caters for a huge variety of sports cars. Wayne Marrs leads the way in his Ferrari 355, but only a couple of points clear of Tristan Bradfield in his Sunbeam Tiger.
Meanwhile Conor O'Brien leads the AMOC Aston Martin Championship, but with the whole of the top six covered by 12 points and with 15 available from the weekend, the battle for honours remains wide open.
Further action on Saturday comes from the Equipe GTS, AMR GT4 Challenge of Great Britain for modern Aston Martins, and 50s Sports Cars.
Tickets are for the Aston Martin Owners' Club are available on the gate for £13 with free admission for children aged 12 and under. For more information call 0843 453 9000 or click here.