I wonder how much they paid for it.
Also, I wonder how hard it would be to put a new drivetrain in it to make a car mobile again. Ofcourse with cheaper/weaker engines than real F1 engines, because that would be too expensive.
Since the engine is a stressed member of the car it probably wouldn't be just a matter of making new engine mounts and taking off down the road.
So you either have to find and engine that is capable of being part of the chassis, or create some sort of space frame to be the structural part that the engine used to be and hold the new engine in place. Neither would be a trivial task.