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SoloInteractive Issue 11 Out Now

by Will Loy 6 Dec 2022 06:29 GMT
Tom Gillard wins the Gill Solo Inland Championship at Draycote © William Loy

The 11th edition of the online SoloInteractive magazine has just been published and is viewable to the public.

While the NSCA has a strong membership base, we are always keen to spread the many virtues of Jack Holt's 12 foot, 5 inch single handed racing machine to the wider audience and this magazine is filled with the latest developments, trends, reports, action photos and video links from an action packed Solo season.

Why not take a look and see what the class is all about, it has been going since 1956 so we must be doing something right!

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