You have two choices...
You can purchase an extension, but you now have one extra power connection.
The other option, which is much better is to purchase an extension that is long enough to reach all the way from the switch to the receiver. Cut off the male end of the extension leaving only the end that plugs into the receiver. Strip back the wires on the end that you have removed the plug. Pop open the switch and remove the wire that is too short. Solder on your longer wire that reaches the receiver. Snap the switch back together. Now you have a switch with a battery wire that is only one piece and it reaches the receiver. If you can solder, this will only take a few minutes.. Best bet would be for you to make a second one, as switches do fail and you will want to have a backup that is quick and easy to install while at the track.
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