Kody Hartlaub Racing No.2 358 Sprint Car Team

Hartlaub Carries Top Ten Momentum Into Holiday Weekend

Port Royal, PA – May 24, 2024

by Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Mgmt

Photo Credit:  Derick Kriner Photography

Kody Hartlaub has been fast all season.  He has turned heads.  

That said, the finishes have not reflected just how good this young driver and team have been.  That may have turned a corner as we head into the first big race weekend of the summer.

QUICK RESULTS

DATE:  May 8, 2024

  • Event:  World of Outlaws Gettysburg Clash
  • Division:  410 Sprint Cars
  • Track:  Lincoln Speedway
  • City, State:   Abbottstown, PA
  • Stats:  37 cars, Qualifying 5th, Heat 2nd (2), Dash 5th (2), A-main 20th (5)

DATE:  May 19, 2024

  • Division:  410 Sprint Cars
  • Track:  BAPS Motor Speedway
  • City, State:   York Haven, PA
  • Stats:  39 cars, Group 2 Qualifying 2nd, Heat 4th (3), A-main 10th (5)

ON THE RADAR

Hartlaub started the month of May by checking off two life-long racing goals in one night.  He made the dash and participated in the 4-wide parade lap at a World of Outlaws sprint car event.

It all took place at Lincoln Speedway’s Gettysburg Clash back on May 9th after the 410 sprint car rookie clocked in with the 5th fastest lap of the night in qualifying.

Hartlaub went on to start and finish 2nd in his heat race, just behind legend Donny Schatz, then brought home a 5th place finish in the dash to solidify the inside row three starting spot in the A-main.

The night’s finale was the only chapter that wasn’t fitting of a storybook tale.  The East Berlin, PA resident slid backwards in the running order and late in the race became collateral damage in a mess someone else created.

Still, the ending didn’t change the fact that Hartlaub was a factor that night and it certainly didn’t erase his name from the racing community chatter. 

TURNING THE CORNER

Despite the noteworthy effort against the World of Outlaws as well as several other high points thus far in 2024, Hartlaub had struggled to log a top ten finish in the Brewer Home Improvements, J Fuels, MooseBlocks.com, Bigham Appraisal, Griffith Plumbing Services, T and N Solutions No.95.

Through his first ten starts Hartlaub had an average feature finishing position of 15th, including two 11th place finishes.  The team had struggled to put a complete night together.

“We have started strong but then we either missed the setup and slid backwards, or I would make a mistake that cost us spots.”, Hartlaub shared.

“Both are learning opportunities and we are making sure we do gain from those.  I’m working hard to eliminate the mistakes in the cockpit and we as a team are building a better notebook so we can finish as strong as we start.”

Sunday night, May 19th, Hartlaub and team showed they were putting it all together and progressing.  With 39 cars on hand, the night started strong once again.  He turned in the 2nd quickest lap in his group, behind only Anthony Macri, then locked into the redraw with a 4th place finish in his heat.

Hartlaub started 5th but struggled to find a rhythm early and found himself 12th with five laps complete, but this time the story didn’t end there.

After settling down and finding his groove, Hartlaub battled his way back to a 10th place finish, looking much more comfortable in the latter half of the race.

“Fighting back like that was a big confidence boost.  We are definitely making good progress as a team.”, Hartlaub said.

“I can’t say enough about all my great partners.  Pat (Brewer) does so much for me.  We couldn’t do it without every single partner though.  And in this sport, there’s always room for more people to join the team.  It’s a tough deal that takes a lot of resources if you want to be good at it, and that’s our goal.”

UP NEXT

The upcoming holiday weekend will bring two opportunities for Hartlaub to build on that momentum.

First up will be Williams Grove Speedway on Friday night for the $10,039-to-win John Trone Tribute.  Saturday night the team will travel to Lincoln Speedway for the Bob Leiby Memorial.

SEASON STATS

11 races, 0 wins, 0 top 5’s, 1 top 10’s, 7 top 15’s, 9 top 20

PARTNER SPOTLIGHT

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Phone:  717-624-2597

Email:  [email protected]

Website:  MooseBlocks.com

KODY HARTLAUB RACING

Follow Kody’s season at:   A2DPR.com/latest-news

Kody Hartlaub Racing on Facebook:   Facebook.com/KodyHartlaubRacing

Kody Hartlaub on Twitter:   Twitter.com/KodyHartlaub

Kody Hartlaub checked off his goal of being a part of a World of Outlaws 4-wide parade lap and he did it in his first full season behind the wheel of a 410 sprint car. (Photo Credit: Derick Kriner Photography)
Kody Hartlaub was all smiles after spinning off the 5th quickest lap in qualifying for the World of Outlaws Gettysburg Clash on May 8th, 2024 (Photo Credit: Jeremy Zarfos / WRT Speedwerx)

Broadcast coverage of High Limit Racing events, Port Royal Speedway events and select Lincoln Speedway events is available at FloRacing.com.

Broadcast coverage of World of Outlaw events and Williams Grove Speedway events is available at DirtVision.com.

Broadcast coverage of 410 sprint car events at BAPS Motor Speedway is available at SprintCarUnlimited.tv

THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS! 

The entire team would like to express their appreciation to all their partners for their support during the 2024 racing season!
 

Brewer Home Improvements, LLC

J Fuels

MooseBlocks.com

Bigham Appraisal

Griffith Plumbing Services

T and N Solutions

Smith Titanium

Herr Electric

Siegel Racing 59

Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Mgmt

Pretzel Boy

Barbie Miller, Realtor

KH Suspension

Don Ott Racing Engines

Pruitt Innovation & Technologies

AL Driveline

DMI Performance

SpeedComm

SPECIAL THANKS

As always, thank you to all our sponsors and partners, including our silent partners who do everything they can to help but ask for nothing in return!  Below are the businesses…the people…the families…that make what these teams do possible.

 PLEASE take the time to browse this information and help the teams by giving your business to these partners. 

Most importantly, tell them WHY you patronized them and thank them for being involved in racing!

PUBLIC RELATIONS

Addicted2Dirt PR and Media Management provides personal and powerful dirt motorsports public relations.  We are a central Pennsylvania based business with a love of and passion for dirt racing and the people who make the sport what it is.

We keep fans engaged with your story through our personalized press releases
We promote your marketing partners to give them the value they want for their investment
We increase driver & team visibility to reach more fans and potential marketing partners
We present the polished, professional image that marketing partners want representing them
We leverage our audience and business model to achieve all of the above

Visit our website, A2DPR.com, to learn more about us and follow along with the stories of our race teams!  

Follow A2D on Social Media!  We are @Addicted2DirtPR on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok!  Follow hashtag #TeamA2D!

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Contact us via Email at:  [email protected]

Kody Hartlaub Posts Strong Sterner Memorial Run at Lincoln, Closes April With Trips to Williams Grove and Port Royal

Port Royal, PA – May 2, 2024

by Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Mgmt

Photo Credit:  Derick Kriner Photography

It’s no secret that Kody Hartlaub has more laps in a sprint car at Lincoln Speedway than anywhere else.  He has had plenty of success there, including wins and a championship in the 358 division.  In his young 410 sprint car career, he has posted strong qualifying and race results there as well.

Despite having fewer laps at places like BAPS Motor Speedway, Williams Grove Speedway, and Port Royal Speedway, the East Berlin, PA resident has shown flashes of speed and ability at those facilities too.

Hartlaub is focusing on seat time with a dash of variety in his destinations in 2024 as he tries to build a notebook, both for himself and his equipment, that will set up him to be a consistent contender in the years to come.

QUICK RESULTS

DATE:  April 20, 2024

  • Event:  20th Annual Weldon Sterner Memorial
  • Division:  410 Sprint Cars
  • Track:  Lincoln Speedway
  • City, State:   Abbottstown, PA
  • Stats:  32 cars, Group 1 Qualifying 3rd, Heat 2nd (2), A-main 11th (9)

DATE:  April 26, 2024

  • Division:  410 Sprint Cars
  • Track:  Williams Grove Speedway
  • City, State:   Mechanicsburg, PA
  • Stats:  31 cars, Group 2 Qualifying 6th, Heat 5th (6), A-main 15th (18)

DATE:  April 27, 2024

  • Event:  Keith Kauffman Classic
  • Division:  410 Sprint Cars
  • Track:  Port Royal Speedway
  • City, State:   Port Royal, PA
  • Stats:  35 cars, Group A Qualifying 7th, Heat 3rd (3), A-main 17th (11)

BIG TEST AT HOME

The lucrative Weldon Sterner Memorial brought a high-quality field of 32 cars to Hartlaub’s home track, Lincoln Speedway.  It would serve as an early measuring stick.  

Hartlaub was up to the task from the start.  He turned the 3rd quickest lap in his group in qualifying and backed it up with a 2nd place run in his heat race to earn a top ten starting spot in the biggest race of the season thus far in Central Pennsylvania.

In the 40-lap main event, Hartlaub eyed his first top-ten finish of the season but in the early going he faded back to 14th.  During the closing stages of the race he battled back, claiming an 11th place finish at the checkered flag.  

Although a top-ten finish would have looked better on paper, it was a strong night for Hartlaub against a very tough field that included a lot of veteran drivers.  It was a good night for the team’s notebook.

BRANCHING OUT

Hartlaub kicked off last weekend at Williams Grove Speedway where he qualified 6th fastest in his group, then recorded a 5th place finish in his heat race to put the Brewer Home Improvements, J Fuels, MooseBlocks.com, Bigham Appraisal, Griffith Plumbing Services, T and N Solutions No.95 in the show.

From his 18th starting spot, Hartlaub moved forward to a 15th-place finish in the 25-lap A-main.

The Ninety Five Motorsports team planned to compete at Lincoln Speedway on Saturday night but when the track canceled due to weather, the decision was made to head to Port Royal Speedway for the first time in 2024 to begin collecting notes and experience.

The Keith Kauffman Classic attracted 35 teams to compete for an attractive purse.  Hartlaub had been to The Speed Palace in 2023 at the wheel of Bill Rose’s No.6 sprint car for the World of Outlaws event there but it was the first time circling the big fairgrounds oval in his own No.95.  

He wasted no time showing he could adapt. Hartlaub spun off the 7th quickest lap in Flight A during qualifying, then brought home a 3rd place finish in a competitive heat race.

The early evening effort provided Hartlaub with a solid starting spot for the event, inside row six.  He raced just outside the top ten during the first third of the 30-lap race but during a red flag for a mid-race incident, Hartlaub’s left rear tire was ignited by flames projecting from his header pipe.  

The fire was quickly extinguished but the issue brought an early end to his night.

Hartlaub summed up not only his weekend but probably his whole season so far in one statement.

“We just need to put a whole night together.”, he said.

The stats align with that statement.

“We have had good speed and/or good luck during part of every night out this year, but there’s always one point in the night where either we make the wrong decision, I make a mistake, or luck just doesn’t fall our way.”,  Hartlaub continued.

“That’s racing, but the more experience we get the more of those moments we can eliminate or overcome.  We are out here to finish up front and to win races.  We are making races and giving ourselves a chance to progress.  I’m happy with our effort and gains so far.  It’s still early, there’s a lot of racing to do this year.”

VALUED PARTNER

Hartlaub expressed a huge thanks to partner Bigham Appraisals, who have stepped up to make sure the team has the resources they need to run both upcoming World of Outlaws shows at Williams Grove Speedway May 10th-11th.

“We couldn’t do this without partners like Bigham Appraisals.  We greatly appreciate what they have done for us not only for the entire 2024 season and then stepping up with more to make sure we can compete with the Outlaws.”, Hartlaub said.  

UP NEXT

Hartlaub’s focus will turn aimed at Lincoln Speedway for the upcoming week.  Saturday night May 4th he will be in attendance there for the Outlaw tune-up event, then just four days later he will return to compete against the World of Outlaws at his home track.

SEASON STATS

9 races, 0 wins, 0 top 5’s, 0 top 10’s, 6 top 15’s, 7 top 20

PARTNER SPOTLIGHT

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KODY HARTLAUB RACING

Follow Kody’s season at:   A2DPR.com/latest-news

Kody Hartlaub Racing on Facebook:   Facebook.com/KodyHartlaubRacing

Kody Hartlaub on Twitter:   Twitter.com/KodyHartlaub

Broadcast coverage of High Limit Racing events, Port Royal Speedway events and select Lincoln Speedway events is available at FloRacing.com.

Broadcast coverage of World of Outlaw events and Williams Grove Speedway events is available at DirtVision.com.

Broadcast coverage of 410 sprint car events at BAPS Motor Speedway is available at SprintCarUnlimited.tv

THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS! 

The entire team would like to express their appreciation to all their partners for their support during the 2024 racing season!
 

Brewer Home Improvements, LLC

J Fuels

MooseBlocks.com

Bigham Appraisal

Griffith Plumbing Services

T and N Solutions

Smith Titanium

Herr Electric

Siegel Racing 59

Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Mgmt

Pretzel Boy

Barbie Miller, Realtor

KH Suspension

Don Ott Racing Engines

Pruitt Innovation & Technologies

AL Driveline

DMI Performance

SpeedComm

SPECIAL THANKS

As always, thank you to all our sponsors and partners, including our silent partners who do everything they can to help but ask for nothing in return!  Below are the businesses…the people…the families…that make what these teams do possible.

 PLEASE take the time to browse this information and help the teams by giving your business to these partners. 

Most importantly, tell them WHY you patronized them and thank them for being involved in racing!

PUBLIC RELATIONS

Addicted2Dirt PR and Media Management provides personal and powerful dirt motorsports public relations.  We are a central Pennsylvania based business with a love of and passion for dirt racing and the people who make the sport what it is.

We keep fans engaged with your story through our personalized press releases
We promote your marketing partners to give them the value they want for their investment
We increase driver & team visibility to reach more fans and potential marketing partners
We present the polished, professional image that marketing partners want representing them
We leverage our audience and business model to achieve all of the above

Visit our website, A2DPR.com, to learn more about us and follow along with the stories of our race teams!  

Follow A2D on Social Media!  We are @Addicted2DirtPR on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok!  Follow hashtag #TeamA2D!

And of course, don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel so you are always notified of our latest video features, recaps and stories for #TeamA2D! 

Contact us via Email at:  [email protected]

Hartlaub Delivers Solid Performance at Lincoln Speedway, Struggles at BAPS

York Haven, PA – April 18, 2024

by Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Mgmt

Photo Credit:  Jeremy Zarfos / WRT Speedwerx

Despite closing out the 2023 season with two top-ten finishes in his six 410 sprint car starts, Kody Hartlaub didn’t enter the 2024 season with any high expectations for his first full season in the division.

There is a lot of learning to be done and experience to be gained, and he knows that.  He also knows he has the ability, the team, and the equipment to be competitive on the tough Central PA circuit, so while still being realistic that there will be good days and bad, he sets the bar high for himself to limit mistakes and shorten the learning curve.

That’s the kind of mentality you need behind the wheel if you’re going to succeed.

QUICK RESULTS

DATE:  April 7, 2024

  • Division:  410 Sprint Cars
  • Track:  Lincoln Speedway
  • City, State:   Abbottstown, PA
  • Stats:  31 cars, Qualifying 4th, Heat 4th (4), A-main 11th (6)

DATE:  April 14, 2024

  • Division:  410 Sprint Cars
  • Track:  BAPS Motor Speedway
  • City, State:   York Haven, PA
  • Stats:  43 cars, Group 4 Qualifying 8th, Heat 8th (8), B-main 9th (12)

SOME DAYS YOU ARE THE WINDSHIELD

April opened with Lincoln Speedway pushing their Saturday show to Sunday to doge Mother Nature.  Hartlaub and his Ninety Five Motorsports team were in the house for their fifth start of the season at the Abbottstown, PA oval.

With the move to Sunday, the event was changed to a time-trial show but that didn’t phase Hartlaub.  He turned in the 4th quickest lap in the 31-car field.  

Hartlaub started and finished 4th in his heat race, putting him on the outside of row three for the 30-lap A-main.  The East Berlin, PA resident was eyeing his first top ten of the season and possibly a top five if things went well.

Things didn’t unfold that way though and Hartlaub slipped back a few spots in the early going.  He held on to a top ten spot until the final lap, crossing the line 11th at the checkers.

“The car was pretty good.  I just got out-driven by guys who have more experience running the top like that on a daytime track.  Gained some experience today for next time.”, Hartlaub explained.

The end result clearly wasn’t what he was aiming for but overall it was a strong performance by the rookie against experienced quality competition.

SOME DAYS YOU ARE THE BUG

The following Sunday, April 14th, Hartlaub was back in action but this time the scene was BAPS Motor Speedway.  It was to be a two-race weekend for the team but Saturday’s event at Lincoln Speedway was cancelled due to the weather.

The format for the BAPS show used group, timed hot laps to set the heat lineups. Hartlaub found himself digging out of a hole from the beginning after qualifying 8th quickest in his group.  That put him 8th to take the green in his heat race and with only the top five transferring, he had a tall order on his hands.

Hartlaub did not transfer through the heat and was relegated to a 12th starting spot in the B-main, a 15-lap race with only the top four advancing to the main event.  He only managed a 9th-place finish, ending his day.

“Not going to sugar-coat that one.  We were terrible in time trials and it was tough to make up that lost ground with only one lane to race in during the heat.”, said Hartlaub of the uncharacteristic day.

UP NEXT

Kody will make his season debut at Williams Grove Speedway this Friday, April 19th to compete in the $8,000-to-win Tommy Hinnershitz Classic.

The following night he will be back at his home stomping grounds, Lincoln Speedway, to race the $20,000-t0-win 20th Annual Weldon Sterner Memorial.

SEASON STATS

6 races, 0 wins, 0 top 5’s, 0 top 10’s, 4 top 15’s, 4 top 20

PARTNER SPOTLIGHT

KODY HARTLAUB RACING

Follow Kody’s season at:   A2DPR.com/latest-news

Kody Hartlaub Racing on Facebook:   Facebook.com/KodyHartlaubRacing

Kody Hartlaub on Twitter:   Twitter.com/KodyHartlaub

Broadcast coverage of High Limit Racing events, Port Royal Speedway events and select Lincoln Speedway events is available at FloRacing.com.

Broadcast coverage of World of Outlaw events and Williams Grove Speedway events is available at DirtVision.com.

Broadcast coverage of 410 sprint car events at BAPS Motor Speedway is available at SprintCarUnlimited.tv

THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS! 

The entire team would like to express their appreciation to all their partners for their support during the 2024 racing season!
 

Brewer Home Improvements, LLC

J Fuels

MooseBlocks.com

Bigham Appraisal

Griffith Plumbing Services

T and N Solutions

Smith Titanium

Herr Electric

Siegel Racing 59

Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Mgmt

Pretzel Boy

Barbie Miller, Realtor

KH Suspension

Don Ott Racing Engines

Pruitt Innovation & Technologies

AL Driveline

DMI Performance

SpeedComm

SPECIAL THANKS

As always, thank you to all our sponsors and partners, including our silent partners who do everything they can to help but ask for nothing in return!  Below are the businesses…the people…the families…that make what these teams do possible.

 PLEASE take the time to browse this information and help the teams by giving your business to these partners. 

Most importantly, tell them WHY you patronized them and thank them for being involved in racing!

PUBLIC RELATIONS

Addicted2Dirt PR and Media Management provides personal and powerful dirt motorsports public relations.  We are a central Pennsylvania based business with a love of and passion for dirt racing and the people who make the sport what it is.

We keep fans engaged with your story through our personalized press releases
We promote your marketing partners to give them the value they want for their investment
We increase driver & team visibility to reach more fans and potential marketing partners
We present the polished, professional image that marketing partners want representing them
We leverage our audience and business model to achieve all of the above

Visit our website, A2DPR.com, to learn more about us and follow along with the stories of our race teams!  

Follow A2D on Social Media!  We are @Addicted2DirtPR on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok!  Follow hashtag #TeamA2D!

And of course, don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel so you are always notified of our latest video features, recaps and stories for #TeamA2D! 

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Griffith Plumbing Services Bolsters Kody Hartlaub Racing

Team Turns In Another Late Rally in Latest Race at BAPS Motor Speedway

Abbottstown, PA – April 4, 2024

by Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Mgmt

Photo Credit:  Jeremy Zarfos / WRT Speedwerx

Kody Hartlaub built a successful 358 sprint car program in just a few years with a steady approach that included improvements both on and off the track, adding support and improving performance.

He is already on the same path building his 410 sprint car program.

WELCOME ABOARD

Griffith Plumbing Services has joined Kody Hartlaub Racing for the 2024 season.

If you are looking for reliable plumbing services in South Central Pennsylvania? Look no further than Griffith Plumbing Services! With over 40 years of experience, their team of expert plumbers offers a wide range of services to meet plumbing needs. Whether it’s a leaky faucet, a clogged drain, or a complete plumbing system installation, they’ve got it covered. Their services include residential and commercial plumbing, plumbing repairs and installations, drain cleaning and sewer services, water heater repair and replacement, and bathroom and kitchen remodeling.

Griffith Plumbing Services is located at 6360 York Rd, New Oxford, PA 17350.  To schedule an appointment or request a quote you can reach them by phone at 717-688-7145 or by email at [email protected]. Follow GPS on Facebook and Instagram for updates and promotions. Contact Griffith Plumbing Services today for all plumbing needs!

QUICK RESULTS

DATE:  March 24, 2024

  • Division:  410 Sprint Cars
  • Track:  BAPS Motor Speedway
  • City, State:   Abbottstown, PA
  • Stats:  34 cars, Qualifying Heat 6th (6), B-main 2nd (2), A-main 14th (21)

BAPS RECAP

Sunday’s sprint car season opener at BAPS Motor Speedway was a story of survival for Hartlaub.  A stay in the game, it’s not over til it’s over kind of day.

Hartlaub started 6th in his heat race, which was lined up based on timed hot laps.  He claimed the 5th and final transfer spot on the opening lap and held onto it for three laps before Justin Peck battled by him to take it away.  

A 6th place finish in the heat race put the Ninety Five Motorsports team in the B-main.  Hartlaub raced a steady 2nd throughout that 10-lap event to earn the 21st starting spot in the 30-lap A-main.

Hartlaub made early ground in the feature race, cracking the top fifteen on lap six.  He peaked on lap twenty-four in the 13th spot but settled for a 14th-place finish at the checkers.  

KODY HARTLAUB RACING

Follow Kody’s season at:   A2DPR.com/latest-news

Kody Hartlaub Racing on Facebook:   Facebook.com/KodyHartlaubRacing

Kody Hartlaub on Twitter:   Twitter.com/KodyHartlaub

Broadcast coverage of High Limit Racing events, Port Royal Speedway events and select Lincoln Speedway events is available at FloRacing.com.

Broadcast coverage of World of Outlaw events and Williams Grove Speedway events is available at DirtVision.com.

Broadcast coverage of 410 sprint car events at BAPS Motor Speedway is available at SprintCarUnlimited.tv

THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS! 

The entire team would like to express their appreciation to all their partners for their support during the 2024 racing season!
 

Brewer Home Improvements, LLC

J Fuels

MooseBlocks.com

Bigham Appraisal

Griffith Plumbing Services

T and N Solutions

Smith Titanium

Herr Electric

Siegel Racing 59

Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Mgmt

Pretzel Boy

Barbie Miller, Realtor

KH Suspension

Don Ott Racing Engines

Pruitt Innovation & Technologies

AL Driveline

DMI Performance

SpeedComm

SPECIAL THANKS

As always, thank you to all our sponsors and partners, including our silent partners who do everything they can to help but ask for nothing in return!  Below are the businesses…the people…the families…that make what these teams do possible.

 PLEASE take the time to browse this information and help the teams by giving your business to these partners. 

Most importantly, tell them WHY you patronized them and thank them for being involved in racing!

PUBLIC RELATIONS

Addicted2Dirt PR and Media Management provides personal and powerful dirt motorsports public relations.  We are a central Pennsylvania based business with a love of and passion for dirt racing and the people who make the sport what it is.

We keep fans engaged with your story through our personalized press releases
We promote your marketing partners to give them the value they want for their investment
We increase driver & team visibility to reach more fans and potential marketing partners
We present the polished, professional image that marketing partners want representing them
We leverage our audience and business model to achieve all of the above

Visit our website, A2DPR.com, to learn more about us and follow along with the stories of our race teams!  

Follow A2D on Social Media!  We are @Addicted2DirtPR on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok!  Follow hashtag #TeamA2D!

And of course, don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel so you are always notified of our latest video features, recaps and stories for #TeamA2D! 

Contact us via Email at:  [email protected]

Hartlaub Striving for Results That Match Team’s Speed

Abbottstown, PA – March 21, 2024

by Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Mgmt

Photo Credit:  Jeremy Zarfos / WRT Speedwerx

Nobody expects more of Kody Hartlaub than he does of himself.

The 28 year old knows he has the resources and knowledge to be successful thanks to numerous staunch supporters who believe wholeheartedly in his abilities.  Hartlaub also knows the competition in the 410 sprint car ranks is tough and leaves little room for mistakes.

All of that is driving the East Berlin, PA resident, who is in his first full season in the division, to work hard on and off the track to get the results the team deserves.

QUICK RESULTS

DATE:  February 25, 2024

  • Event:  The Icebreaker
  • Division:  410 Sprint Cars
  • Track:  Lincoln Speedway
  • City, State:   Abbottstown, PA
  • Stats:  25 cars, Heat 9th (8), A-main 13th (25)

DATE:  March 3, 2024

  • Division:  410 Sprint Cars
  • Track:  Lincoln  Speedway
  • City, State:   Abbottstown, PA
  • Stats:  31 cars, Heat 2nd (3), A-main 22nd (6)

DATE:  March 16, 2023

  • Division:  410 Sprint Cars
  • Track:  Lincoln Speedway
  • City, State:   Abbottstown, PA
  • Stats:  30 cars, Heat 8th (2), B-main 4th (5), A-main 13th (22)

SEASON OPENER

The annual Northeastern U.S. kickoff sprint car race, known as The Icebreaker at Lincoln Speedway in Pennsylvania served as the 2024 season debut for Hartlaub and the Brewer Home Improvements, J Fuels, Moose Blocks, Bigham Appraisals, Griffith Plumbing Services, T&N Solutions, Smith Titanium, Herr Electric, Siegel Racing, Pretzel Boy, Barbie Miller – Realtor, KH Suspension, Don Ott Racing Engines, Pruitt Innovation & Technologies, AL Driveline, DMI Performance, SpeedComm, Ninety Five Motorsports No.95.  

The February 25th event was also the kickoff of Hartlaub’s first full season in a 410 sprint car.  He started 8th in the first heat race, hoping to somehow find a way to a top three redraw spot on the tricky daytime surface.  An early bobble cost Hartlaub track position, dropping him to the tail of the field.  He was unable to recover any spots by the end of the 10-lap qualifier.

Hartlaub and his team learned from that seat time and made adjustments for the 30-lap A-main.  From the 25th starting spot he turned in a performance that was a combination of battling and surviving.  

When the checkered flag fell, Hartlaub was up to 13th, enough to earn the Hard Charger Award for his efforts.

IT'S A MYSTERY

One week later the day got off to a much better start for Hartlaub.  He was 4th quick overall in hot laps in a 31-car field, then he drove to a runner up finish from the 3rd starting spot in his heat race to earn the 6th starting spot in the 30-lap A-main.

The early March show was once again conducted on an afternoon racing surface.  Hartlaub grabbed a top five spot in the early going, then settled into 6th for ten circuits.  

Just past the midpoint of the race, Hartlaub entered turn three just as he had done sixteen times already in the main event but this time he found himself upside down a split second later.  The Littlestown, PA native took a hard tumble on the wall and came to rest in the high groove of the speedway.  

“That was the biggest hit I’ve ever taken.  I’m alright but the frame and shocks are junk.”, Hartlaub shared.  

“I have no idea what happened.  That’s actually the most frustrating part.  It’s tough losing a car this early in the year.”

BOUNCE BACK

Weather claimed Hartlaub’s plans to race Lincoln Speedway again over the March 9th weekend but he returned March 16th to get back to business.  After starting outside the front row of his heat race, he dropped to the low side of the track.  

Hartlaub got just a little too low and made contact with the inside guard rail.  He continued to fight but the impact had affected the steering, causing him to slide backwards to an 8th place finish.

The Ninety Five Motorsports team went to work to make repairs in time for the B-main.  Others jumped in to help and the team made the call.  Hartlaub proceeded to make it worth everyone’s time.  He finished 4th, putting the team in the main event.

For the second time in three feature events, Hartlaub showed he knew how to pass cars.  He put on a steady run toward the top ten, reaching 12th by lap nineteen.  When the dust finally settled he was officially 13th in the final rundown, another solid recovery.

“I think my first three races of my 410 rook season can be summed up by one word…mistakes.”, Hartlaub posted on social media.  “The run in the feature was good but it still doesn’t show the speed this car and team have.  Thank you to Tyler Ross for jumping in and helping us get things buttoned up in time for the B-main Saturday.  I will get better and be better.”

Responses from many in the racing community were highly supportive of Hartlaub and offered encouraging sentiments. 

“I can’t think my partners and all the fans enough for their continuing support.  I am going to learn something every week I’m sure the team will too.  We worked through it together in the 358’s and we kept digging until we reached the top.  I have every bit of confidence we are capable of doing that in a 410 too.  It’s just going to take a little time.”, Hartlaub said.

UP NEXT

This Saturday and Sunday will deliver Hartlaub’s first two-race weekend of the 2024 season.  He will be back at Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, PA March 23rd and the following evening he will compete at BAPS Motor Speedway in York Haven, PA.

SEASON STATS

3 races, 0 wins, 0 top 5’s, 0 top 10’s, 2 top 15’s

KODY HARTLAUB RACING

Follow Kody’s season at:   A2DPR.com/latest-news

Kody Hartlaub Racing on Facebook:   Facebook.com/KodyHartlaubRacing

Kody Hartlaub on Twitter:   Twitter.com/KodyHartlaub

Pat Brewer and Kevin Hartlaub make final adjustments before action at Lincoln Speedway on Saturday (photo credit: Derick Kriner Photography)
Kody Hartlaub listens intently during Saturday's driver's meeting at Lincoln Speedway (photo credit: Jeremy Zarfos / WRT Speedwerx)

Broadcast coverage of High Limit Racing events, Port Royal Speedway events and select Lincoln Speedway events is available at FloRacing.com.

Broadcast coverage of World of Outlaw events and Williams Grove Speedway events is available at DirtVision.com.

Broadcast coverage of 410 sprint car events at BAPS Motor Speedway is available at SprintCarUnlimited.tv

THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS! 

The entire team would like to express their appreciation to all their partners for their support during the 2024 racing season!
 

 

Brewer Home Improvements, LLC

J Fuels

MooseBlocks.com

Bigham Appraisal

Griffith Plumbing Services

T and N Solutions

Smith Titanium

Herr Electric

Siegel Racing

Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Mgmt

Pretzel Boy

Barbie Miller, Realtor

KH Suspension

Don Ott Racing Engines

Pruitt Innovation & Technologies

AL Driveline

DMI Performance

SpeedComm

SPECIAL THANKS

As always, thank you to all our sponsors and partners, including our silent partners who do everything they can to help but ask for nothing in return!  Below are the businesses…the people…the families…that make what these teams do possible.

 PLEASE take the time to browse this information and help the teams by giving your business to these partners. 

Most importantly, tell them WHY you patronized them and thank them for being involved in racing!

PUBLIC RELATIONS

Addicted2Dirt PR and Media Management provides personal and powerful dirt motorsports public relations.  We are a central Pennsylvania based business with a love of and passion for dirt racing and the people who make the sport what it is.

We keep fans engaged with your story through our personalized press releases
We promote your marketing partners to give them the value they want for their investment
We increase driver & team visibility to reach more fans and potential marketing partners
We present the polished, professional image that marketing partners want representing them
We leverage our audience and business model to achieve all of the above

Visit our website, A2DPR.com, to learn more about us and follow along with the stories of our race teams!  

Follow A2D on Social Media!  We are @Addicted2DirtPR on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok!  Follow hashtag #TeamA2D!

And of course, don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel so you are always notified of our latest video features, recaps and stories for #TeamA2D! 

Contact us via Email at:  [email protected] 

Kody Hartlaub’s Successful 2023 Could Be a Turning Point in Young Career

East Berlin, PA – November 7, 2023

by Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Mgmt

Photo Credit:  Derick Kriner Photography

Kody Hartlaub has been racing in Central PA for over 15 years but the path to where he is today has been anything but a steady climb.  The graph of his progression probably looks a lot like a jagged mountain range over those years.  

He had a lot of success in his early years in go-karts but then was in and out of the sport for a few years. He dabbled in 600 micro sprint racing, then 358 sprint cars.  In 2018 he logged nearly a full season in the 358’s, but then sat out the 2019 season and raced a sparse 2020 schedule.

Finally, in 2021, everything fell into place for the Littlestown, PA native to run a full season.  That season, Hartlaub captured his first 358 sprint car win at Lincoln Speedway.  Over the course of the 2022 and 2023 seasons, Hartlaub has continued to improve.  He got back to victory lane this season and he also launched his own 410 sprint car team.

The mountain range with it’s valleys of the past is now starting to look more like a steady climb.

Let’s take a closer look at the path Hartlaub has been on and where it might lead for the driver of the J Fuels, Brewer Home Improvements, Moose Blocks, Smith Titanium, SRR Engines, Siegel Racing, T&N Solutions, Inch & Co. Real Estate, Bigham Appraisals, Pretzel Boy, HAAS Shocks, Chop Designs, Herr Electric, Hartlaub’s Furniture, Kody Hartlaub Racing No.95.

REMARKABLE 358 PERFORMANCE

Hartlaub finished in the top ten in 87% of his 358 sprint car starts in 2023.  Fifteen of those twenty top-ten finishes were top-five finishes.  Three of those were wins.

Let that sink in.  Those stats were amassed despite handicapping systems, track conditions, and all the random on-track and mechanical issues that are part of the sport.

Those kinds of stats don’t happen by accident or luck.  They are a result of preparation, a commitment to continuous improvement of the smallest details, and the dedicated support of a group of people working together.

Hartlaub spoke a couple of seasons ago about working to build depth in his program, from equipment to knowledge.  The goal then was to just make sure his team could attend every race and compete, not needing to be sidelined due to a lack of resources.  The mindset was the only way to get better was to race, so all efforts were aimed at making sure he could make every possible lap.

Fast forward to 2023 and the results show Hartlaub has accomplished his initial goals.  There were incidents and challenges during the season but as a result of their established depth and experience, the team was able to qualify for and finish every race.  That’s the first step in winning races and championships.

This is exactly what I set out to build.  A 358 sprint car team that could compete for wins every time out.  I extremely pleased with how our team was able to work together to accomplish that in just a few years.“, Hartlaub said.

Honestly, the year was nearly perfect but I feel I fell short at Williams Grove.  I really wanted my first win there and I wanted the championship, but I’m not complaining.  I’m just my own worst critic.  I push myself pretty hard to be good at every aspect of this sport.

This is the year I needed in 358’s to prove to myself and my team that we are ready to go 410 racing.  Hopefully, I earned a little respect from others in the pit area before we make the move up.  It meant a lot to me when someone who has been in the sport a long time said to me late this season that nobody can doubt me when I transition.  That said, I know it won’t be easy and I don’t expect to have success right away at that level.

358 SPRINT STATS:  23 races, 3 wins, 15 top 5’s, 20 top 10’s, 21 top 15’s

PRODUCTIVE 410 SEAT TIME

With the support of partner Brewers Home Improvements, Hartlaub purchased a new Eagle chassis last winter.  He also picked up a used 410 engine from Danny Dietrich.  His 2023 goal was simply to get some seat time and begin the learning process to eventually make the move to full-time 410 sprint car racing someday.

Hartlaub’s strategy for his limited 410 starts in 2023 was simply to make laps and learn, even voluntarily running at the back of the field if necessary to accomplish it.  

That’s exactly how the first couple outings in June played out but Hartlaub realized he was more comfortable in the car than he anticipated.  He started to compete and mix it up a little bit in July and logged a 14th-place finish at Williams Grove Speedway.

In his last two 410 races of the season in August, Hartlaub showed he was clearly accomplishing his goals for the season, and more.  He registered a runner-up finish at Lincoln Speedway and a 6th place at BAPS Motor Speedway.

I’m glad we did what we did this year.  I definitely learned a lot.  We had some good runs and I feel like I was able to really make progress behind the wheel because we had a decent car.  Had the car been total junk, it would have been difficult for me to get good experience.  That’s a credit to my team and the people who support us.“, Hartlaub commented.

Our 410 car was completely different than our 358 car, so that’s a big confidence boost to me and my team, knowing we didn’t just find something that worked on one car and stayed with it.  We figured out a completely different car and ran pretty well.

410 SPRINT STATS:  6 races, 0 wins, 1 top 5’s, 2 top 10’s, 4 top 15’s

OUTLAW OPPORTUNITY

As the National Open approached at Williams Grove Speedway in late September, Hartlaub’s phone rang with an unexpected opportunity.  Bill Rose, a full-time member of the World of Outlaws series, was looking for someone to fill the seat of his No.6 while he healed from a late-summer accident.

Hartlaub accepted and the pair competed in the National Open.  Rose then extended the offer for the East Berlin, PA driver to wheel the car at the Port Royal Speedway Outlaw events as well.

The opportunity to drive Bill’s (Rose) No.6 car was completely unexpected.  It was a great opportunity and I’m extremely grateful for it.“, Hartlaub commented.  “I built friendships and connections, and raced against the best of the best with the World of Outlaws at Williams Grove and Port Royal.

Our results weren’t great but I gained a ton of experience.  I had never turned laps at Port Royal but we weren’t terrible there.  I struggled a little in time trials but raced pretty well and passed cars.  I had never run on the fence at a place like that where you carry wing speed all the way around.  It’s a different feel to have that all the way around a half-mile and learn to trust that kind of grip in the corners.  You can run the bottom just as hard at the top there.  Understanding how to use that is key and I learned a lot in just a couple nights.

Rose, based in Indiana, called Hartlaub because he received a suggestion from a friend in the sport that he give him a chance to fill the seat when he headed east for the final Pennsylvania swing of the season.  He trusted the tip and did just that.

Kody is one of the best kids I have ever worked with.”, Rose said with no hesitation and a level of excitement in his voice.  “He’s a really good guy.  He’s polite, wants to learn, and is extremely appreciative of the opportunity.

He wasn’t just complimentary of Hartlaub’s personality.

That kid is going to be good.  He is going to be around for a while.”, Rose added.  “I told him he wasn’t in our best car.  We were trying to finish the year and save our new stuff for 2024.  We didn’t have much time together but he progressed quickly during those few nights.  We didn’t time well but Kody raced really well, especially on the final night at both tracks after we had some time to adjust things.  I wished we could have had our best stuff for him.  He would have been even better.

We worked really well with Kody’s entire team.  He has good guys.  They are all fun to be around and they get the job done.

Rose had some advice for the East Berlin, PA driver.

I told him not to stay in PA.  PA is a good area and yes he needs to race those tracks but I told him to get out and travel when he can.  Race other tracks and other competition.  That’s really important for the growth of a driver and the entire team.”, Rose shared.

If I could get the right deal in place, I would put him in the car and hit the road.  Right now that’s just not our situation.  Maybe someday.

The bottom line is this.  People are noticing Kody Hartlaub’s performance and abilities.  Does this mean more opportunities like this?  Maybe.  Sometimes things in sprint car racing happen fast and sometimes the wheels turn slowly.  Either way, Hartlaub is ready to do the work to be prepared, regardless of whether he’s holding the wheel of his own No.95 or the next steering wheel he is offered.

MAKING THE MOVE

In 2024, Kody Hartlaub will take his No.95 to the 410 sprint car ranks full-time.  This is what the East Berlin, PA driver has been working towards and he feels it is time.

We won’t be starting over completely but 2024 will be about learning how to build a 410 sprint car program.  We know it’s a different animal than the 358 and we know it will take time to reach a consistently competitive level like we did with the 358 program.“, Hartlaub shared.

I want our 410 team to be a versatile program.  I don’t want to just focus on one or two tracks or run for points.  My plan is to travel a little within the region and gain experience at a variety of tracks and against a variety of competitors.  I think that is the best way to develop as a driver and a team to eventually be competitive anywhere we unload.

Hartlaub is waiting for 2024 schedules to be released by tracks and series, then the team will sit down and plan what fits their schedules and of course their resources.

TRIVIA QUESTION

The answer to last week’s trivia question is Kody Hartlaub scored 11 top-five 358 sprint car finishes in 2022!

We will have new trivia questions for you to learn more about Kody in 2024!

 

PARTNER SPOTLIGHT

J Fuels, a locally owned and operated business known as South Central PA’s Best Choice for Propane.  Founded in 2015 by owners Jimmy O’Brien Jr. and JR Facciola, strives to provide fuel to residential, commercial, and agricultural customers across south-central Pennsylvania. After initially only providing propane, they expanded in 2016 into the home heating oil and off road diesel business.

They pride themselves in their customer service and they promise to work with customers to help them understand all of their options to help save them money, not only now, but in the future as well.

J Fuels does it all:  Commercial Service and Residential Service.  Why people choose J Fuels?  They provide 24/7 emergency delivery, competitive pricing, and fast & friendly service.

J Fuels is committed to providing their customers with excellent customer service to earn their respect and loyalty, and to provide prompt service with a quality product at a competitive price. They pride themselves on honesty and integrity and they firmly believe that you will see the difference when you choose J Fuels.

They take pride in getting to know their customers as more than just a number on an invoice and they are striving to bring honesty and integrity back, one customer at a time. Their staff is a fully trained team of experts ready to meet your needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and they are fully licensed, certified, and insured.

Call them today at 717-547-5427 for a free quote and get a free safety check when you sign up for automatic delivery service.

 

KODY HARTLAUB RACING

Follow Kody’s season at:   A2DPR.com/latest-news

Kody Hartlaub Racing on Facebook:   Facebook.com/KodyHartlaubRacing

Kody Hartlaub on Twitter:   Twitter.com/KodyHartlaub

Kody Hartlaub powers the Bill Rose Racing No.6 into turn three at Williams Grove Speedway during National Open weekend (photo credit: Jeremy Zarfos Photography)
Kody Hartlaub and crew in victory lane for the 3rd time in 2023 at Lincoln Speedway (photo credit: Garry Ferguson/WRT Speedwerx)

Broadcast coverage of select Lincoln Speedway events is available at FloRacing.com

Broadcast coverage of Williams Grove Speedway events is available at DirtVision.com

THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS! 

The entire team would like to express their appreciation to all their partners for the support during the 2023 racing season!
 

J Fuels

Brewer Home Improvements, LLC

MooseBlocks.com

Smith Titanium

SRR Engines

Siegel Racing

T and N Solutions

Inch & Co. Real Estate

Bigham Appraisal

Pretzel Boy

HAAS Shocks

Chop Designs

Herr Electric

Hartlaub’s Furniture, Inc.

SPECIAL THANKS

As always, thank you to all our sponsors and partners, including our silent partners who do everything they can to help but ask for nothing in return!  Below are the businesses…the people…the families…that make what these teams do possible.

 PLEASE take the time to browse this information and help the teams by giving your business to these partners. 

Most importantly, tell them WHY you patronized them and thank them for being involved in racing!

PUBLIC RELATIONS

Addicted2Dirt PR and Media Management provides personal and powerful dirt motorsports public relations.  We are a central Pennsylvania based business with a love of and passion for dirt racing and the people who make the sport what it is.

We keep fans engaged with your story through our personalized press releases
We promote your marketing partners to give them the value they want for their investment
We increase driver & team visibility to reach more fans and potential marketing partners
We present the polished, professional image that marketing partners want representing them
We leverage our audience and business model to achieve all of the above

Visit our website, A2DPR.com, to learn more about us and follow along with the stories of our race teams!  

Follow A2D on Social Media!  We are @Addicted2DirtPR on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok!  Follow hashtag #TeamA2D!

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Hartlaub Back in Victory Lane, Posts Three Top-5’s

Lincoln 358 Season Finale Next Up on October 14th

Abbottstown, PA – September 29, 2023

by Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Mgmt

Photo Credit:  Garry Ferguson / WRT Speedwerx

Kody Hartlaub has had far more positives than negatives during his 2023 season.  He is a driven individual though, always working hard to eliminate the negatives.

As mid-September arrived, Hartlaub’s last five races had resulted in three top-five finishes.  However, there was also a 10th and a 19th along the way.  Those are where his mind goes, looking for the lessons learned and opportunities for improvement.

With only a few races left on the 2023 docket, Hartlaub was aiming to apply those lessons and make the homestretch of the season as consistent and successful as possible.

QUICK RESULTS

DATE:  September 15, 2023

  • Division:  358 Sprint Cars
  • Track:  Williams Grove Speedway
  • City, State:   Mechanicsburg, PA
  • Stats:  29 cars, Heat 5th (8), A-main 5th (14)

 

DATE:  September 16, 2023

  • Division:  358 Sprint Cars
  • Track:  Lincoln Speedway
  • City, State:   Abbottstown, PA
  • Stats:  28 cars, Heat 1st (2), A-main 1st (8)

 

DATE:  September 22, 2023

  • Division:  358 Sprint Cars
  • Track:  Williams Grove Speedway
  • City, State:   Mechanicsburg, PA
  • Stats:  26 cars, Heat 4th (7), A-main 3rd (10)

 

TOP FIVE THE HARD WAY

Hartlaub has been at or near the top of the Williams Grove Speedway 358 sprint car point standings almost all season.  That means his heat races become very important since the handicapping system puts him in the fourth row of the starting lineup and the feature starts heads up based on heat race finishes.

With 29 cars on hand on September 15th, Hartlaub got off on the right foot by driving from 8th to 5th in his heat race to earn the 14th starting spot in the main event.

That was the first step.  Now came the longer, harder step. 

In the 25-lap A-main, Hartlaub once again moved forward quickly.  By lap five he was inside the top ten.  He continued to methodically chip his way toward the front, cracking the top five with eight laps remaining.  The progress stalled there, but Hartlaub walked away with a hard-earned top-five finish, passing a combined 12 cars on the night to get it done.

REACHING THE SUMMIT AGAIN

In what has been a stellar season, it’s hard to believe Hartlaub has not found victory lane since May at Lincoln Speedway.  It becomes a tall order after handicapping systems kick in.  The East Berlin, PA driver finally conquered that challenge on September 16 to reach the summit, otherwise known as victory lane, for the third time in 2023.

The pill draw put Hartlaub on the front row for his heat race, which he efficiently converted into a heat race victory.  Lincoln’s format then places the top three finishers from each heat race into a handicap format to line up the feature.

That’s when Hartlaub’s work really started Saturday night.  From the 8th starting spot, with only twenty laps to accomplish the feat, he guided the J Fuels, Brewer Home Improvements, Moose Blocks, Smith Titanium, SRR Engines, Siegel Racing, T&N Solutions, Inch & Co. Real Estate, Bigham Appraisals, Pretzel Boy, HAAS Shocks, Chop Designs, Herr Electric, Hartlaub’s Furniture, Kody Hartlaub Racing No.95 toward the front.

After a shuffle of positions during the opening three circuits, Hartlaub settled into 4th on lap four.  With a combination of patience and aggressive moves, he continued to gain a spot every few laps, reaching the runner-up spot on lap twelve.

Two laps later, Hartlaub took command of the race and never relinquished the lead, winning by 1.812 seconds over veteran Frankie Herr.

This one is really satisfying.  Winning is winning.  It’s hard no matter where you start, but this is the deepest in the field we have won from.  Passing so many good cars to get it done feels really good.“, Hartlaub said.

Last time we were here we hit on something that helps us at the end of the night and later in the race when the track is getting worn out.  We went 10th to 2nd that night and maybe could have had a shot (to win) if we had gotten a late caution.  Tonight we were good again and the cautions felt right for us.

'A' FOR EFFORT

Hartlaub returned to Williams Grove Speedway on September 22nd for his final shot to check off one of his 2023 goals, his first victory at the legendary Pennsylvania oval.

Just like the week before, Hartlaub started his work with a plus-3 in the heat race, climbing from 7th to 4th during the 8-lap qualifier.

He followed that up with a 4th-place run from the 10th starting spot in the 20-lap finale.

It took Hartlaub half the race to move forward.  He held the 10th spot until finally gaining some track position on lap eleven when he claimed 7th.  One lap later he took 6th.

With five laps remaining, Hartlaub cracked the top five, then raced his way into 4th a few laps later.  He finished 3rd, just 0.222 seconds out of 2nd.

The one box I didn’t check this year that I really wanted was a win at Williams Grove.  We have been really consistent and we came close to getting that first win here but didn’t get it done.“, Harlaub said.  “I couldn’t ask for much more though.  We have been fast and competitive everywhere, all year long.

The 358s have fewer races here, so one bad night hurts more.  I messed up a few weeks ago and caused our one bad night here this year.  That might have cost us the championship but I want to say congrats to Doug (Hammaker).  He was really good all year.  He earned the championship.

Friday’s race was the last of the 2023 season for the 358 sprint cars at the legendary Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania oval.  Hartlaub finished an impressive 2nd in the championship point standings, logging seven top-fives and only one finish outside the top ten in nine races.

REFLECTING

Hartlaub’s consistency and performance level have stood out in recent weeks.  Analysis of the three races since mid-September shows he has moved forward every time he has hit the track, passing a whopping total of 30 cars combined in heat and feature competition.

Just two years ago Hartlaub had one car, one engine, one of most parts, and was just trying to get to the track each week.  He talked about building depth and doing the work on and off the track to earn the trust of additional marketing partners.  He talked about winning multiple races in a season and maybe a championship.

As 2023 comes to a close, with the championship already secured at Lincoln Speedway, Hartlaub has accomplished all of those things.  It didn’t come easy.  He has worked on every aspect of his team from the shop, to the cockpit, to marketability.

How our program has grown over 2022-2023 is insane.  We have reached the goals we set.  We have two cars, two motors, and extra parts, plus we added J Fuels this year.  Now we are working on new goals for 2024.“, Hartlaub shared.

UP NEXT

Hartlaub’s season is winding down.  The team has opted to conclude their 410 sprint car schedule but they do have one more 358 sprint car start on the schedule.  

That will come October 14th at Lincoln Speedway where Hartlaub is aiming to close out the season with back to back victories, just like he kicked off the season.

SEASON STATS

358 SPRINTS:  23 races, 3 wins, 15 top 5’s, 20 top 10’s, 21 top 15’s

410 SPRINTS:  6 races, 0 wins, 1 top 5’s, 2 top 10’s, 4 top 15’s

 

TRIVIA QUESTION

The answer to last week’s trivia question is Kody Hartlaub says his best memory in racing is his first 358 sprint car win, which came on August 21, 2021!

Now, on to this week’s question.  Thus far in 2023, Kody has raced 23 times in his 358 sprint car and amassed 15 top-five finishes.  In 2022, he competed in 23 races.  How many top-five finishes did he have last season?

Find the answer in the next press release! 

 

PARTNER SPOTLIGHT

KODY HARTLAUB RACING

Follow Kody’s season at:   A2DPR.com/latest-news

Kody Hartlaub Racing on Facebook:   Facebook.com/KodyHartlaubRacing

Kody Hartlaub on Twitter:   Twitter.com/KodyHartlaub

photo credit: Derick Kriner Photography
photo credit: Derick Kriner Photography
photo credit: Derick Kriner Photography

Broadcast coverage of select Lincoln Speedway events is available at FloRacing.com

Broadcast coverage of Williams Grove Speedway events is available at DirtVision.com

THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS! 

The entire team would like to express their appreciation to all their partners for the support during the 2023 racing season!
 

J Fuels

Brewer Home Improvements, LLC

MooseBlocks.com

Smith Titanium

SRR Engines

Siegel Racing

T and N Solutions

Inch & Co. Real Estate

Bigham Appraisal

Pretzel Boy

HAAS Shocks

Chop Designs

Herr Electric

Hartlaub’s Furniture, Inc.

SPECIAL THANKS

As always, thank you to all our sponsors and partners, including our silent partners who do everything they can to help but ask for nothing in return!  Below are the businesses…the people…the families…that make what these teams do possible.

 PLEASE take the time to browse this information and help the teams by giving your business to these partners. 

Most importantly, tell them WHY you patronized them and thank them for being involved in racing!

PUBLIC RELATIONS

Addicted2Dirt PR and Media Management provides personal and powerful dirt motorsports public relations.  We are a central Pennsylvania based business with a love of and passion for dirt racing and the people who make the sport what it is.

We keep fans engaged with your story through our personalized press releases
We promote your marketing partners to give them the value they want for their investment
We increase driver & team visibility to reach more fans and potential marketing partners
We present the polished, professional image that marketing partners want representing them
We leverage our audience and business model to achieve all of the above

Visit our website, A2DPR.com, to learn more about us and follow along with the stories of our race teams!  

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Kody Hartlaub Bounces Back Saturday at Lincoln After Costly Mistake Friday at Williams Grove

Team Returning to Williams Grove September 15th for Next 358 Race

Abbottstown, PA – September 11, 2023

by Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Mgmt

Photo Credit:  Derick Kriner Photography

The month of September opened with yet another two-race weekend for Kody Hartlaub.  After an impressive top ten run in his 410 sprint car the week before, this time it was all about his team’s primary focus this year, the 358 sprint car.

QUICK RESULTS

DATE:  September 1, 2023

  • Division:  358 Sprint Cars
  • Track:  Williams Grove Speedway
  • City, State:   Mechanicsburg, PA
  • Stats:  28 cars, Heat 6th (8), A-main 19th (17)

 

DATE:  September 2, 2023

  • Division:  358 Sprint Cars
  • Track:  Lincoln Speedway
  • City, State:   Abbottstown, PA
  • Stats:  24 cars, Heat 2nd (3), A-main 2nd (9)

 

PAYING THE PRICE

Hartlaub was among a field of 28 drivers set to do battle Friday night, September 1st at Williams Grove Speedway.  The heat lineups were set using a handicapping system, which put point leader Hartlaub outside the fourth row.  That improved to outside row three when two lesser experienced drivers opted to start at the rear of the field.

By the time one lap was complete, Hartlaub was already 4th and poised for more when the caution appeared.  On the ensuing restart, he dove into turn one but the hole he thought he saw closed quickly.

With little time to adjust, Hartlaub spun and was collected another car.  He pushed off and restarted at the back of the pack, but the car was wounded.  He managed to finish 6th to transfer into the A-main in the J Fuels, Brewer Home Improvements, Moose Blocks, Smith Titanium, SRR Engines, Siegel Racing, T&N Solutions, Inch & Co. Real Estate, Bigham Appraisals, Pretzel Boy, HAAS Shocks, Chop Designs, Herr Electric, Hartlaub’s Furniture, Kody Hartlaub Racing No.95.

There was significant damage to the front suspension but with help from Steve Owings, Doug Hammaker and others, the team patched the car back together to put Hartlaub on track for the feature.

Hartlaub’s car wasn’t its competitive self though and the East Berlin, PA driver just survived to salvage a 19th place finish.

I made a mistake and paid for it.“, Hartlaub said of the misjudged passing attempt in the heat race.  “I owe a big thanks to Steve Owings, Doug Hammaker and everyone else that came down to help us salvage what we could in the feature.

Upon returning to the shop late Friday night, the team spent several hours swapping their 358 motor into their 410 sprint car so they could race at Lincoln Saturday night.

A MUCH BETTER DAY

Saturday night, September 2nd, brought 24 teams to Lincoln Speedway and a pill draw put Hartlaub in row two for his heat race.  He quickly secured a handicap spot for the feature with a 2nd place finish in the qualifying race.

The handicapping system put Hartlaub 9th on the grid for the 20-lap A-main.  In a steady, workmanlike effort, he methodically chipped his way toward the front, breaking into the top five on lap eleven.

A few laps later, Hartlaub claimed 3rd and on the final circuit took the runner up spot away from veteran Frankie Herr.  

It was Hartlaub’s 12th top five finish in 20 starts this season in the 358 sprint car ranks.

Thank you to my crew, Kevin And Stacy Hartlaub, Austin Funk, Pat Brewer, and David Hartlaub Jr. for the long hours to get it turned around so we could be here tonight.“, Harlaub said.

UP NEXT

Hartlaub will return to action at a two-race weekend at Williams Grove Speedway on September 15th, followed by Lincoln Speedway September 16th.

SEASON STATS

358 SPRINTS:  20 races, 2 wins, 12 top 5’s, 17 top 10’s, 18 top 15’s

410 SPRINTS:  6 races, 0 wins, 1 top 5’s, 2 top 10’s, 4 top 15’s

 

TRIVIA QUESTION

The answer to last week’s trivia question is Kody Hartlaub says he would be working on a sprint car if he wasn’t driving one!

Now, on to this week’s question.  What is Kody’s best memory in racing?

Did you know Kody has a website?  Hint.  You might want to visit KodyHartlaub.com!

The answer in the next press release! 

 

PARTNER SPOTLIGHT

T and N Solutions

Simple solutions to simple problems.

Hauling | Light Earth Handling | Drydene Product Sales

KODY HARTLAUB RACING

Follow Kody’s season at:   A2DPR.com/latest-news

Kody Hartlaub Racing on Facebook:   Facebook.com/KodyHartlaubRacing

Kody Hartlaub on Twitter:   Twitter.com/KodyHartlaub

photo credit: Derick Kriner Photography

Broadcast coverage of select Lincoln Speedway events is available at FloRacing.com

Broadcast coverage of Williams Grove Speedway events is available at DirtVision.com

THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS! 

The entire team would like to express their appreciation to all their partners for the support during the 2023 racing season!
 

J Fuels

Brewer Home Improvements, LLC

MooseBlocks.com

Smith Titanium

SRR Engines

Siegel Racing

T and N Solutions

Inch & Co. Real Estate

Bigham Appraisal

Pretzel Boy

HAAS Shocks

Chop Designs

Herr Electric

Hartlaub’s Furniture, Inc.

SPECIAL THANKS

As always, thank you to all our sponsors and partners, including our silent partners who do everything they can to help but ask for nothing in return!  Below are the businesses…the people…the families…that make what these teams do possible.

 PLEASE take the time to browse this information and help the teams by giving your business to these partners. 

Most importantly, tell them WHY you patronized them and thank them for being involved in racing!

PUBLIC RELATIONS

Addicted2Dirt PR and Media Management provides personal and powerful dirt motorsports public relations.  We are a central Pennsylvania based business with a love of and passion for dirt racing and the people who make the sport what it is.

We keep fans engaged with your story through our personalized press releases
We promote your marketing partners to give them the value they want for their investment
We increase driver & team visibility to reach more fans and potential marketing partners
We present the polished, professional image that marketing partners want representing them
We leverage our audience and business model to achieve all of the above

Visit our website, A2DPR.com, to learn more about us and follow along with the stories of our race teams!  

Follow A2D on Social Media!  We are @Addicted2DirtPR on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok!  Follow hashtag #TeamA2D!

And of course, don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel so you are always notified of our latest video features, recaps and stories for #TeamA2D! 

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Hartlaub Earns 410 Sprint Top Ten, Three Top Fives in 358 Competition Over Two Week Span

Grove, Lincoln 358 Sprint Dates on the Agenda This Weekend

Newberrytown, PA – August 31, 2023

by Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Mgmt

Photo Credit:  Jeremy Zarfos Photography

Kody Hartlaub has been a busy guy in 2023.  The year started with the construction of a new race shop and the birth of his first child.

Hartlaub built his team’s depth to enable them to compete at both Williams Grove and Lincoln on a weekly basis when the 358 sprint cars are on the card.

Then, with the help of partner Pat Brewer and Brewer Home Improvements, he decided to start building his 410 sprint car program and has hit the track six times with that car already.

In 2023, Hartlaub entered 24 total races.  He has already competed in that many to date in 2023 and he has at least six more on his schedule.

QUICK RESULTS

DATE:  August 18, 2023

  • Division:  358 Sprint Cars
  • Track:  Williams Grove Speedway
  • City, State:   Mechanicsburg, PA
  • Stats:  30 cars, Heat 2nd (8), A-main 5th (5)
  • 8/4 Makeup Amain:  2nd (7)

 

DATE:  August 19, 2023

  • Division:  358 Sprint Cars
  • Track:  Lincoln Speedway
  • City, State:   Abbottstown, PA
  • Stats:  25 cars, Heat 2nd (6), A-main 10th (6)

 

DATE:  August 26, 2023

  • Division:  358 Sprint Cars
  • Track:  Lincoln Speedway
  • City, State:   Abbottstown, PA
  • Stats:  30 cars, Heat 1st (2), A-main 3rd (8)

 

DATE:  August 27, 2023

  • Division:  410 Sprint Cars
  • Event:  Capitol Renegade Clash
  • Track:  BAPS Motor Speedway
  • City, State:   Newberrytown, PA
  • Stats:  23 cars, Qualifying 4th in Group 2, Heat 2nd (1), A-main 6th (8)

 

358 News

In the span of just over 24 hours August 18th and 19th, Hartlaub logged three 358 sprint car features, two at Williams Grove on Friday night and one at Lincoln on Saturday night.  He finished 5th, 2nd and 10th respectively in the J Fuels, Brewer Home Improvements, Moose Blocks, Smith Titanium, SRR Engines, Siegel Racing, T&N Solutions, Inch & Co. Real Estate, Bigham Appraisals, Pretzel Boy, HAAS Shocks, Chop Designs, Herr Electric, Hartlaub’s Furniture, Kody Hartlaub Racing No.95.

While the main events were certainly not a walk in the park, Hartlaub did the heavy lifting during the heat races that weekend, passing six cars at The Grove and four at Lincoln during qualifying.

Hartlaub was just as good at Lincoln the following weekend, August 26th.  He won his heat race and drove from 8th to 3rd in the A-main that night.

“We’ve been really consistent all year.  That’s a credit to Pat (Brewer), my dad and all my guys who put it a lot of hours by my side to make sure everything is well maintained and we are as prepared as we can be.  I can’t thank them enough.“, Hartlaub said.

Hartlaub has compiled some impressive statistics at the wheel of his 358 sprint car in 2023.  Along with the two wins at Lincoln Speedway, his average finishing position is 5.8 over eleven races.  Just up the road at Williams Grove Speedway, Hartlaub owns an average finish of 3.5 over six races.

It will come as no surprise those stats have put Hartlaub atop the season championship point standings at both tracks.

Hartlaub leads Derek Locke by 70 points at Williams Grove and Logan Rumsey by 120 points at Lincoln Speedway.  Both tracks have 3 races remaining for the 358 sprint cars this season.

410 News

Hartlaub closed out the month of August with his sixth 410 sprint car race of the season.  He was part of a 23-car field signed in at BAPS Motor Speedway for the Capitol Renegade Clash on Sunday evening.

The night got off to a solid start for Hartlaub with the 4th quickest lap in his group, which put him on the pole for his heat race.  It was in the heat race that he turned some heads.  Hartlaub led the first seven laps before giving up the lead and settling for a runner-up finish.

In the 30-lap A-main Hartlaub initially slipped back to 10th from his 8th starting spot but he was able to find his rhythm and move into 6th by lap three.  He kept a firm hold on the spot for the duration of the event, notching his 2nd top ten in six 410 sprint car races.

Up Next

Hartlaub will focus on his 358 sprint car this weekend with two nights at the track in central Pennsylvania.  

Friday night he will go after his first career win at the legendary Williams Grove Speedway.

Saturday night he will get back to victory lane for the first time since May at Lincoln Speedway.  While Hartlaub has been very good there all summer (with an average finish of 5.8), the handicapping system adds an extra challenge to get to the front in a 20-lap feature.  Hartlaub has two podium finishes in his last three trips to the Pigeon Hills oval, so a return to victory lane may not be far away.

Season Stats: 358 Division

18 races, 2 wins, 11 top 5’s, 16 top 10’s, 17 top 15’s

 

Season Stats: 410 Division

6 races, 0 wins, 1 top 5’s, 2 top 10’s, 4 top 15’s

 

Trivia Question

The answer to last week’s trivia question is Kody Hartlaub got his first go-kart at the age of 8!

Now, on to this week’s question.  If Kody wasn’t driving a race car, what does he say he would probably be doing?

Did you know Kody has a website?  Hint.  You might want to visit KodyHartlaub.com!

The answer in the next press release! 

 

Partner Spotlight

Brewer Home Improvements

Specializing in complete renovations, remodels and new builds

Performing high-end, high-quality work for over 30 years

We believe in quality over quantity

Contact Pat today at [email protected]

KODY HARTLAUB RACING

Follow Kody’s season at:   A2DPR.com/latest-news

Kody Hartlaub Racing on Facebook:   Facebook.com/KodyHartlaubRacing

Kody Hartlaub on Twitter:   Twitter.com/KodyHartlaub

Kody Hartlaub (95) races with Howie Locke in 358 sprint car action at Lincoln Speedway 8-26-2023 (photo credit: Jeremy Zarfos Photography)

Broadcast coverage of select Lincoln Speedway events is available at FloRacing.com

Broadcast coverage of Williams Grove Speedway events is available at DirtVision.com

THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS! 

The entire team would like to express their appreciation to all their partners for the support during the 2023 racing season!
 

J Fuels

Brewer Home Improvements, LLC

MooseBlocks.com

Smith Titanium

SRR Engines

Siegel Racing

T and N Solutions

Inch & Co. Real Estate

Bigham Appraisal

Pretzel Boy

HAAS Shocks

Chop Designs

Herr Electric

Hartlaub’s Furniture, Inc.

SPECIAL THANKS

As always, thank you to all our sponsors and partners, including our silent partners who do everything they can to help but ask for nothing in return!  Below are the businesses…the people…the families…that make what these teams do possible.

 PLEASE take the time to browse this information and help the teams by giving your business to these partners. 

Most importantly, tell them WHY you patronized them and thank them for being involved in racing!

PUBLIC RELATIONS

Addicted2Dirt PR and Media Management provides personal and powerful dirt motorsports public relations.  We are a central Pennsylvania based business with a love of and passion for dirt racing and the people who make the sport what it is.

We keep fans engaged with your story through our personalized press releases
We promote your marketing partners to give them the value they want for their investment
We increase driver & team visibility to reach more fans and potential marketing partners
We present the polished, professional image that marketing partners want representing them
We leverage our audience and business model to achieve all of the above

Visit our website, A2DPR.com, to learn more about us and follow along with the stories of our race teams!  

Follow A2D on Social Media!  We are @Addicted2DirtPR on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok!  Follow hashtag #TeamA2D!

And of course, don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel so you are always notified of our latest video features, recaps and stories for #TeamA2D! 

Contact us via Email at:  [email protected]

Hartlaub Nets First Career 410 Sprint Car Podium

Two Nights, Three Features On Tap This Weekend

Abbottstown, PA – August 15, 2023

by Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Mgmt

Photo Credit:  Jeremy Zarfos Photography

What a difference a week makes.

The opening weekend of the month of August was a tough one for Kody Hartlaub.  Back on August 4th, after qualifying well at Williams Grove in his 358 sprint car, the feature was rained out.  The following night he took his 410 sprint car to Lincoln Speedway, and he struggled through the night both on and off the track, largely due to being ill.

Hartlaub quickly erased the memories of the previous weekend by netting his first career podium finish in a 410 sprint car this past Saturday night at Lincoln Speedway in Pennsylvania. 

  • Division:  358 Sprint Cars
  • Date:  August 4, 2023
  • Track:  Williams Grove Speedway
  • City, State:   Mechanicsburg, PA
  • Quick Stats:  23 cars, Heat 2nd (5), A-main PPD to 8/18

 

  • Division:  410 Sprint Cars
  • Date:  August 5, 2023
  • Track:  Lincoln Speedway
  • City, State:   Abbottstown, PA
  • Quick Stats:  25 cars, Heat 8th (5), B-main 6th (5), A-main 18th (24)

 

  • Division:  410 Sprint Cars
  • Date:  August 12, 2023
  • Track:  Lincoln Speedway
  • City, State:   Abbottstown, PA
  • Quick Stats:  23 cars, Heat 3rd (4), A-main 2nd (5)

 

Breaking New Ground

Back at full strength physically, Kody Hartlaub joined 22 other teams at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night to get a little more 410 sprint car seat time in the J Fuels, Brewer Home Improvements, Moose Blocks, Smith Titanium, SRR Engines, Siegel Racing, T&N Solutions, Inch & Co. Real Estate, Bigham Appraisals, Pretzel Boy, HAAS Shocks, Chop Designs, Herr Electric, Hartlaub’s Furniture, Kody Hartlaub Racing No.95.

Hartlaub started outside row two in the 10-lap heat race and quickly moved into 3rd on the opening lap.  On the next circuit, he claimed the 2nd spot and looked to have it in hand until Freddie Rahmer tracked him down with two laps to go and relegated Hartlaub to a 3rd place finish.  The spot was still good enough to squeak into the handicapping for the feature lineup.

In the 30-lap A-main, Hartlaub appeared ready to make some headlines in central Pennsylvania racing news.  From his 5th starting spot he surged into 3rd by the completion of lap number one.  He held that through the first ten laps, then with his fastest lap of the race he moved into the runner-up spot.

Just past the halfway point, Hartlaub took command of the race by passing Kyle Spence for the top spot.  Meanwhile Freddie Rahmer was inching his way toward the front as well.

On lap nineteen, Rahmer wrestled the lead away.  Hartlaub held on for a strong 2nd place finish, his first career 410 sprint car podium finish.  An admirable accomplishment for the young man who has less than ten 410 sprint car starts until his belt.

“Hard to put into words what this means to me and my team.  From dreaming of someday getting to run a 410 sprint car to actually being able to do it, and to have the speed we had, I couldn’t have asked for anything more.“, Hartlaub commented.  We led laps and learned a lot.

I have to thank everyone that made this possible, all the support from my friends and family, my wife, my crew, Pat Brewer, Austin Funk, Jim and Steve Siegel, and all my sponsors because without them we wouldn’t be here.

Up Next

Kody will strap back into his 358 sprint car for the upcoming weekend.  He returns to Williams Grove Speedway Friday night, August 18th, for a makeup feature plus a full program.

The following night they will head to Lincoln Speedway for a Summer Series event.

Season Stats: 358 Division

14 races, 2 wins, 8 top 5’s, 12 top 10’s, 13 top 15’s

 

Season Stats: 410 Division

5 races, 0 wins, 1 top 5’s, 1 top 10’s, 3 top 15’s

 

Trivia Question

The answer to last week’s trivia question is Kody Hartlaub’s favorite band is Breaking Benjamin!  

Now, on to this week’s question.  How old was Kody when he got his first go-kart?

Did you know Kody has a website?  Hint.  You might want to visit KodyHartlaub.com!

The answer in the next press release!

 

Partner Spotlight

Bigham Appraisal is a Pennsylvania General Certified Appraiser who performs residential and commercial appraisals for a variety of lender and private clients.

Address: 121 Buford Ave, Gettysburg, PA 17325

Phone: (717) 338-0400

KODY HARTLAUB RACING

Follow Kody’s season at:   A2DPR.com/latest-news

Kody Hartlaub Racing on Facebook:   Facebook.com/KodyHartlaubRacing

Kody Hartlaub on Twitter:   Twitter.com/KodyHartlaub

(photo credit: Jeremy Zarfos Photography)
(photo credit: Jeremy Zarfos Photography)

Broadcast coverage of select Lincoln Speedway events is available at FloRacing.com

Broadcast coverage of Williams Grove Speedway events is available at DirtVision.com

SPECIAL THANKS

As always, thank you to all our sponsors and partners, including our silent partners who do everything they can to help but ask for nothing in return!  Below are the businesses…the people…the families…that make what these teams do possible.

 PLEASE take the time to browse this information and help the teams by giving your business to these partners. 

Most importantly, tell them WHY you patronized them and thank them for being involved in racing!

THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS! 

The entire team would like to express their appreciation to all their partners for the support during the 2023 racing season!

Brewer Home Improvements, LLC

MooseBlocks.com

Smith Titanium

SRR Engines

Siegel Racing

T and N Solutions

Inch & Co. Real Estate

Bigham Appraisal

Pretzel Boy

HAAS Shocks

Chop Designs

Herr Electric

Hartlaub’s Furniture, Inc.