word, pull the fuse panel off and try to figure it out while your car is burning down lolyea track has no liabilty what so ever.
and i lol at pulling the fuse.... do you think the owner would really know where it is and what to do.
Pretty much this. If the dude was running 10 flats he should have had a cutoff. I'm surprised Dodge hasn't integrated one as an optional feature or even just designed it to make a "kit" easy to build tbh. I mean it's implying you'd drag race it but at the same time enough people will. Ford has put a line lock in some Mustangs so I don't think it's without precedent.Yes. This is why you need a battery cut off switch for times like this. We can bitch about safety tech at the track, but here is proof there are reasons for certain rules.
One of the people I had read said take an old tail light, punch a hole in it and swap it in/out for track stuff. That way you could keep prying hands away from it. That said, if you integrated it and made it where you could disconnect it when you're not on the track (Tech should be checking function of this when you start out your day) I would think that a lot of owners would at least want it as a statement of "race car."Make a shut off switch as a factory option. Some smart marketing and owners would be willing to purchase even if they never hit a track.