- Fans and racers with a need for speed won't need to wait any longer for the Radar Run.
Two days of snowmobile dragging and bikini races started Friday in St. Germain.
Location will be the biggest change to this year's event.
The race will still be held on Little St. Germain Lake, but not on the West Bay.
"Safety was our biggest concern, said Radar Run Assistant Race Director Amy Greenberg. "Ice wasn't forming as good over there, and South Bay locked in really nicely. We were able to start our efforts packing everything down and rolling, and get a good head start on South Bay."
You'll also see more bikini racers this year.
That's because Radar Run will host the girls from Cruiserfest.
Organizers canceled that event in December because they worried the ice wouldn't be thick enough.
"I can't thank St. Germain Radar Run enough for adopting our girls," said Cross Country Cruisers President Tom Bird.
"You know, it's an important cause. We use the funds for the Pink Ribbon Riders and back to obviously our trail fund with the Cross Country Cruisers, so we're really looking forward to a good turnout," said Cross Country Cruisers Secretary Michelle Bird.
Radar Run started at noon Friday.
It's now located on the South Bay of Little St. Germain Lake.
|Story By: Anthony DaBruzzi