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Byline: Dave Kallmann
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. _ In all honesty, Christian Fittipaldi doesn't know whether he can get the job done.
He chased Michael Schumacher around the streets of Monte Carlo and went wheel to wheel with Michael Andretti in the Indianapolis 500, but now Fittipaldi wants to draft with Dale Earnhardt Jr. at Daytona and trade paint with Jeff Gordon in Bristol, Tenn.
Fittipaldi, 32, became the first Brazilian to drive a NASCAR race last season, and this year he's jumping into stock cars with both feet.
"Everything that's completely new in your life, obviously it brings a little bit of insecurity," Fittipaldi said this week before …