DAYTONA BEACH, FL – February 10, 2021 – (Motor Sports NewsWire) – Progressive American Flat Track AFT Singles rider, Brandon Kitchen, of Clifford, Michigan, will be piloting a full fleet of factory-supported Husqvarna FC 450’s for the 2021 season.
To double down on Husqvarna’s already-superior horsepower wager, world renowned engine builder and tuner Vance & Hines has stepped in to be Kitchen’s exclusive motor builder.
As some already know, BK and team owner, Brent Donley, have spent the last couple seasons strategically building a foundation within what is arguably the most ferociously competitive class of Progressive American Flat Track. Getting more and more comfortable with the pro ranks, Kitchen ended up with an overall eighth-place finish in the AFT singles class in 2020.
Flying in stealth mode for most of his career, Kitchen has made recent waves by systematically finding himself at the top of the podium in the AFT Singles class at the legendary Indy Mile along with many other strong podium finishes.
“I’m super pumped to be riding for Husqvarna this year,” said Kitchen. “I’ve been putting in serious work this off season and with Vance & Hines building all the horsepower we need, honestly everything is possible. I can’t thank them enough for their support”.
There’s no doubt big things are in store for “BK” and his crew this season. Fans should keep their eyes on that blue Husqvarna/BKR tent in 2021.
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