Croft hosts Supermoto: Croft Circuit hosts the penultimate round of the Maxxis British Winter Supermoto Championship tomorrow and with all classes still evenly poised, there is bound to be no love lost between all the leading competitors on Valentine's Day.

Organised by the British Motorcycle Racing Club, the fastest growing motorsport in the UK will see a host of top names descend on the North Yorkshire track for the sixth round of the prestigious series which is backed by Fuchs Silkolene and Yamaha UK also.

Favourite for victory in the 650 and Open classes will be series leader Christian Iddon aboard his factory specification Team Zupin HM Husqvarna but the Derbyshire teenager will be under pressure from the likes of defending winter champion from Chester Warren Steele (570 Husqvarna) - still suffering the legacy of a broken leg last season - and KTM's Ady Smith.

Last time out at Brands Hatch, it was former Swiss Motocross veteran Danni Muller (WIRE Yamaha) who stole the honours, after Iddon hit problems with a puncture, to close the gap in the Open series to just eleven points so a decent result at Croft is vital for all the riders going into the final double points round at Lydden at the end of the month.

Both Iddon and Muller have won a pair of Superfinals each with the other victory going the way of Smith in the opening round at Cadwell back in November so all is to play for around the super fast sweeps of the multi-surface Croft rallycross circuit

Muller leads the 450 class, just six points ahead of the works Honda of Humbersider Leighton Haigh and they can expect a challenge from riders of the calibre of Rob McNealy (Honda) and Irish champion Davy McKee (Yamaha).

* Admission is £5 per adult with accompanied children under 15 free.