Red Bull has pitched in to help Markell Murphy get a ride into this week's Bepis 400. Team Danger Zone matched the $2.7 million that Bepis put on the table, giving Old Farts Racing $5.4 million to take Mark Guthrie and Muzzy bow-fishing out of the #32 car. Coincidentally, Murphy replaced Guthrie in the formally-named NSRA Racing back in 2020. "We've been off this year" said Guthrie, who's averaged a 34th place finish in six events and a highest of 23rd at Talladega. "Their organization has propelled to the elite. I'll sacrifice it all to inspect what these guys are doing. Markell will get a top-10 finish. He's more determined than ever after his let-down in the qualifiers." Murphy has struck gold three times this season, with his victory at Martinsville being the impetus for the multi-million dollar deal. He's only 141 points back from the final chase spot with ten races left.