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CONCORD, N.C. -- For the second race in a row, the Hendrick Motorsports drivers will honor frontline workers who have put themselves at risk during the coronavirus pandemic.

As part of The Real Heroes Project, the frontline workers' names will go above the drivers' windows where their names normally are as a way to say thank you.

Take a look at the names on the Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LEs below.

Chase Elliott and the No. 9 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE will honor Brad Andrews, an EMT with American Medical Response. A native of Tuscon, Arizona, Andrews recently was recognized as a Star of Life after he saved an unconscious person in the bay of a local hospital. He continued resuscitation efforts even as the person was being wheeled into the emergency room. The patient was able to leave the hospital a few days later thanks to Andrews' efforts.

For Wednesday’s race at Darlington, registered nurse Marion Boyle’s name will be on William Byron’s No. 24 Chevy. Hailing from Pennsylvania, Boyle is the manager of occupational health services at Axalta Coating Systems where she is the subject matter expert for employee health and wellness, prevention of occupational disease/illness/injury and oversees proactive strategies to maintain Axalta’s best state of health. Boyle also serves on the America’s COVID-19 Task team.

Jimmie Johnson will have Wes Harris' name atop his driver-side window for Wednesday's race. A native of Perryville, Arkansas, Harris has been a paramedic and firefighter for a combined 26 years. He currently works as a paramedic for Pope County EMS in Russellville, Arkansas, where he provides direct emergency care to patients.

Since Pope County is a rural area with only one ambulance, Harris has put together a volunteer ambulance service to help in case the other ambulance isn't available. He's also the assistant fire chief and operations manager for Perryville Fire/EMS.

Alex Bowman will have physical therapist Kimberly Case's name on board the ChevyGoods.com/NOCO machine. The Ossian, Indiana, native works at Parkview Regional Hospital in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and is skilled in outpatient orthopedics, gait analysis, musculoskeletal physiotherapy, and neck pain and spine. Case received a master of science degree focused in physical therapy/therapist from the University of Indianapolis.