A Letter from Frank Spevak, VP of MSMCA
On behalf of the Midwest Shrine Motor Corps Association, you are cordially invited to be part of the most exciting competition group in all of Shrinedom.
Each year, the MSMCA, in association with the Midwest Shrine Association, hosts an event for all motorized units from each of the Shrine Centers in the Midwest. Whether you are 2-wheel scooters, go-carts of all shapes and sizes, a heavy-weight motorcycles, or anything on 2 or more wheels, this is the place to be.
There are 4 main components to the Motor Corps competition:
1. Drill field: This is where your group of at least 4 vehicles performs a choregraphed routine from 5 minutes to 10 minutes, that includes 4 required formations. You are judged on skill level of the maneuvers, the execution of the maneuvers, spacing, intervals, and overall quality of the show.
2. Obstacle course: There are 2 obstacle courses, one for 2 wheels and the other for 3 or more wheels. This is a timed event, and you compete against others in your category and weight classification for the fastest time.
3. Slow Ride: For 2-wheel units only, how long can you stay upright while moving through a 30×30 box. This is an individual competition, and you compete against others in your category and weight classification for the longest time upright.
4. Showcase: If you want to get the feel of performing on the drill field without the pressure of judges, give this a chance.
Our competitions are always fun and exciting and we want you there. The Motor Corps always has a great awards banquet following competition. Mix and mingle with other motorized units from all over the Midwest.
For more information on the Motors Corps competition, visit www.motorcorps.org. We look forward to seeing you there.
Past Potentate Osman Shrine
Vice President Midwest Shrine Motor Corps Association