Count Louis Zbaroski, before he died racing on the sands in Wales, buried one of his precious cars in the grounds of Higham Park, near Bridge, where he resided-or so it is said.
Exactly why he would do such a thing is unclear. It seems unlikely that a successful racing driver as he was would need a nest egg, and a car buried would lose his value. Maybe he was reminding himself of his own mortality by burying a car? After all, being a racer was an extremely dangerous pursuit