Levi Kitchen

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Washougal, WA

Team: Monster Energy/Star/Yamaha Racing

Current Residence Cario, GA

Birth Date February 16, 2001

Manufacturer: Yamaha

Team Manager: Jensen Hendler

Mechanic: Konner Croushorn

Turned Pro: 2021

Best career season result: 27th, 2022 250SX EAST

2022 Season result: 27th, 250SX EAST


 Racing Accolades

  • 2021 Nicky Hayden AMA Motocross Horizon Award Winner
  • 2020 AMA Amateur Motocross Rider of the Year

 Lifestyle & General Interest

  • Enjoys cycling

2022 Season Recap: Kitchen was poised for a strong 2022 campaign but injury sidelined his Supercross season after just the second round following a solid ninth place finish at the Eastern Regional 250SX Class opening round in Minneapolis. Kitchen turned things around with a strong Pro Motocross season finishing 11th overall with one podium and two additional top-fives.


2023 Outlook: Kitchen returns to the Monster Energy Star Racing Yamaha team in 2023 looking for healthy season of success. Kitchen has yet to be given a fair shake in Supercross during his short career so far, it will be interesting to watch him compete up front after seeing his success grow this past summer in Pro Motocross.

Points Standings

Year Class Overall Points
2023 250SX 13 18
2023 450SX 13 18
2022 250SX 52 15
2022 450SX 11 193
2022 450SX 27 15
2021 450SX 19 104
2016 Supermini 14 27


Position Race Class Motos Machine Date
7 1 450SX Yamaha YZ250F
21 2 450SX Yamaha YZ250F
7 1 250SX Yamaha YZ250F 2023-01-07
21 2 250SX Yamaha YZ250F 2023-01-21