The rip is the thing you need to worry about. Wiring it won't last i wouldn't think. There are ways to have it repaired but they cost money and you'd need to take the track off and ship it out for the repair.
http://www.mts.net/~dss/bentech/ heres the link for a track repair place you can send your track to him hel fix it and send it back, to fix my stud pullout he quoted 150. i just bought a new track anyways and i might throw the old one on my indy 500 and get him to fix it
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