Despite his efforts, Levi Kitchen has been unable to gain traction in the Monster Energy Supercross. A string of unlucky falls have consistently disrupted his momentum, and the current season appears to be no different. In round two, the 250SX main event in San Diego, Kitchen was caught in a chaotic crash on turn one and was visibly injured as he made his way back to the pits, with reports of him seen in a sling later on that night.
Fortunately, Kitchen revealed via the very short excerpt below that he has not sustained any broken bones and is “just sore” today. Yamaha have yet to release their official statement on all that happened inside of the new Snapdragon Stadium, but one would think that it is very likely that he will be on the line at Anaheim 2 in less than a week.
Kitchen had a slow start to the term when 2023 Monster Energy Supercross started earlier this month – he found it difficult to find his flow at Anaheim 1 and recorded a seventh. There is no denying the fact that he looked so much stronger early on in San Diego, as he flirted with the top of the board and qualified in fifth place. Kitchen is currently classified in thirteenth in the 250SX West points.
“Feeling it this morning. No broken bones, just sore. We live to fight another day.”
Video of the crash..