I read sometime ago that the parts are self-sustaining, made by stereolitography, kind of an ink jet printer that uses resin instead of ink.
They do it that way to assure a continuous flow of parts that are tested one after the other, because operating the tunnel costs a kidney and they are used in continuous shifts, 24 hours a day.
So, that discard building internals with tiny 60% engines, tiny 60% chassises or tiny 60% drivers (hey, they could use Ecclestone for that, or Graham Rahal, the american driver...). However, if they were makinkg them in that way, I'm sure more than one karter would buy them.
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