Kitchen grew up and graduated high school in the small town of Marlette, Michigan. He started racing at five years old and has claimed multiple titles including the District 14 championship in 2018. The following year he started competing in American Flat Track earning a spot in five of the season's main events. He spends quality time training on different tracks in places ranging from his backyard, hometown in Michigan and across the lower 48 states. So far into his professional 2020 season he’s been proving his hard work and dedication; Brandon’s qualified for all but one main event, taking home a win at the Indy Mile, and a third place at the Atlanta Short Track.
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