Thanks guys, since I am a bare novice at this kind of Ford judging, not sure if this is a Team Shelby event or a SAAC event.............
Tulsa has had changes in the judging practices for the Concours in recent years. Recently its had more formal (but still much less formal than MCA or SAAAC) judging than in the earlier years, when it was basically IMHO, a tune-up for the annual SAAC national event that the event had been for years. Bob Gaines (member here) was a big part of that process before and currently along with John Brown. Of course this is only a reference to the "Concours Show" part of the event since most of the event is racing, swap meet, parking lot show and multiple get togethers around the town and area those weekends.
In the more recent years we've judged cars just about any time of the day, any day in all kinds of locations - all with the agreement of the owners. Often in an attempt to get them done before before hand and stay out of the heat and sun. In other examples cars shown inside the hotel might get judged in the middle of the day or around/after midnight
You will not see as many judges as you will see at SAAC or often even MCA but the job gets done
Mid-America is typically not a training show where we bring on new judges and show them the ropes. You should see the same faces (judges) that you would likely see judging at an MCA and/or SAAC event
Not sure where or how Team Shelby fits into the Mid-America Meet this year ..... not my area of involvement.