Summary of CLC Judging Guidelines

 -also posted in the August 2018 1963/64 Cadillac Chapter Newsletter

Below is a summary of the CLC Judging Guidelines as defined in the Official 2018 CLC Judging Manual.  I encourage all of you to step up and volunteer to be a judge at the next GN. It is a very rewarding experience and you will learn a lot about our judging system and the cars you judge.  
Click Here to download the CLC Judging Manual.
Click Here to download a PDF version of this Summary Document.

There are 6 Divisions: Primary, Touring, Preservation, Specialty & Unique, Modified, and Display Only.  These Divisions are further broken down into specific classes:
   - 99 classes for Primary and Touring
   - 8 classes for Specialty and Unique
   - 4 classes for Modified (Hot Rods, Resto Mods, Mild Customs, Radical Customs)
   - and Preservation classes varies GN to GN

- Primary and Specialty & Unique are for 1999 & prior (changes to 20 year old rule in 2020).
- Touring is for vehicles 10 years old or older.

The Touring Division award scoring is as follows:
   - 1st - 90 points or more
   - 2nd - 80 points or more
   - 3rd  - 70 points or more

Award Scoring for Primary, Specialty and Unique Division Cars is as follows:
   - Senior Crown  - 99 points or more
   - Senior Wreath - 98 or more
   - Senior            - 95 or more
   - 1st  - 90 or more
   - 2nd - 80 or more
   - 3rd  - 70 or more

Primary Scoring Categories 1966 and Prior
Operations - 16 Categories
Engine Compartment – 27 Categories
Chassis – 17 Categories
Interior – 22 Categories
Convertible Top – 6 Categories
Exterior – 24 Categories
TOTAL – 112 Categories

Primary Scoring Categories 1967 and Later
Operations - 23 Categories
Engine Compartment – 30 Categories
Chassis – 16 Categories
Interior – 22 Categories
Convertible Top – 7 Categories
Exterior – 24 Categories
TOTAL – 122 Categories

Deductions
- Each category can have deductions up to 5 points.
- Deductions are made for Operations, Authenticity, Workmanship, and Condition. 
- 1966 and prior vehicles can receive a max of 560 points of deductions.
- 1967 and later vehicles can receive a max of 610 points of deductions.
- The final scores are converted to a 100 point scale for awards scoring. 


- See Official 2019 CLC Judge’s Manual for more details.

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As noted in the August 2018 newsletter, there is a lot of misinformation on the web regarding the new process, and believe a summary such at the one I have included will help shed some light for those that have not read the new manual.  Judging is very rewarding and I encourage all of you to step up and volunteer at your next Grand National!



 

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