So they have 160 tyre heaters. You dont need more than 25 at any event.
25 will be on on their way to Melbourne, another 25 to Sepang, another 25 to China with the Melbourne lot being shipped to China, and the Sepang lot going to Bahrain. However it depends on what they call a unit, is it one unit per tyre or one unit per set of 4. 160 units would say to me they have 40 sets posibly.
All teams generally have 3 sets of gear, thats for the heavy stuff. Teams usually have about 30% to 40% of their gear go from one race ot another, not much more and not much less. Caterham are even trying to save money this year by sending all their back up batteries for their Dell track side servers by sea as they save more on the sea freight than they do by buying more batteries, whitch means more money into the teams budget for performance on the cars.
16 wheel guns, thats 2 sets with each wheel having a back up as well.
Tools, thats probably 2 sets, and garrage structures, thats another 2 sets.
It seems that Hispanis may be going with a A-Set and a B-Set for their logistics.
Marussia have 3 sets of everything, and they only have about 8 weeks of the year where they have everyhing back at base, 3 weeks in the winter and about 5 other times during the year for about a week.
Logistacally this is a nightmare, as some countries require you to have a Customs Exit Certificate, whitch if this is delayed in its issue, the cars could arrive at a circuit before the gear. A Nightmare.
It tallies with the €2.5m of gear they bought from Kolles and Epic Racing for their cars. Most teams would easily spend that just to get going.