Apr 012011

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

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