Motorists versus cyclists - it's war.

Debate has been raging this week after The Argus' story revealing cyclists are demanding a blitz on rogue drivers to cut the casualty rate on the roads of Brighton and Hove.

Campaigners say cars parked in Brighton and Hove's cycle lanes are putting cyclists in danger by forcing them into traffic.

The issue led to dozens of messages being left on our website from motorists and cyclists.

So we have decided to put it to the test - who is the king of the road?

In tomorrow's Friday Inquisition series, cyclist and member of the University of Sussex's Bicycle User Group John Boam goes head-to head with van driver Mick Casey.

The Argus' new crime reporter Ben Parsons, who had been due to be in the Friday Inquisition spotlight, has stepped aside to allow us to confront the issue head on.

Readers will have the chance to lead the discussion with questions on anything from running red lights to illegal parking.

Mr Boam said: "This is definitely a subject which brings out strong opinion - it will be very interesting."

Submit your questions on The Friday Inquisition section of our website from 12.30pm tomorrow.

Next Friday's subject under the spotlight will be Albion's new boss Micky Adams.