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Byline: Mike Brudenell
BROOKLYN, Mich. _ Has Rusty Wallace lost his jump? Not likely.
The veteran NASCAR driver is still a kid at heart and a pedal-to-the-metal racer despite a season full of transmission failures, blown engines and wrecks he blames on himself.
Heading to Michigan International Speedway this weekend, Wallace, 48, took a leap of faith _ and got the heart racing _ when he parachuted with the U.S. Army Golden Knights team from Ft. Bragg, N.C., on Wednesday.
Wallace, the 1989 Winston Cup champion, brought five members of his Penske Racing South pit crew and his 19-year-old daughter, Katie, to the jump. They all made jumps from …