View Full Version : What's the judging criteria for the Madness show?
04-17-2012, 01:24 PM
Any chance of getting the judging sheet published on the website before the show? Or at least available the day of the show?
I think that might head off some conflicts if people know in advance what the criteria is. Having helped run and judge the all makes show back home, been a crew member on a Mustang club of America Grand National winner effort, and a judge at the nats, you run into a lot of people who have a wide range of assumptions as to what the criteria is/should be.
04-18-2012, 11:23 PM
Real good point,
day of the show might be the best we can do, as this is new to us.
We have a sheet from a different event that we will tweak to fit our stuff "as best we can" for our first try. I do know that modern Mopar class will have a miles equalizer.... and it will be 10 judged areas, with each 10 points, I think something like, 1. Paint, 2. Engine compartment 3. interior 4. under car. 5. glass trim and details 6. Trunk 7. wheels and tires 8. condition 9. cleanliness 10. mopar soul Iím sure there will be lots of 90 plus point cars, even a few 100s.
I also think.. All the same judges for each judged group.. so all the people in your class will have the same person... judging lets say trunk and motor... if that person is a real tough judge and tight with the points, at least they will be consistent through out the judged class.. We'd be happy to have suggestions on how to get started as "best possible".... and we will need a bunch of volunteers on show day to chip in.
Also people can opt-out of being judged if they would like.
04-19-2012, 12:44 PM
What kind of a time commitment are you looking from folks willing to get into the cross hairs on this? :) I'd be interested and have done it before.
I remember the sheet for the modified classes at the nats being good, can Jim get us a copy? That would give instant credibility to the criteria as well. I assume no attempt at OEM correctness judging, right?
Absolutely have to have the same judge(s) do all the cars in 1 class, no other way to do it.
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