One of motorsport's more dramatic pictures, this is British driver David Piper's Ferrari 250 GTO in Angola, 1962. It was part of a trip filled with victories, but defined by controversy.
Like they did with the Tasman Series, many European racers in the ‘60s went to pre-independent southern Africa in the winter to keep racing. In '62, all the countries that held races down there were all still ruled by racist white governments. Piper himself had many victories while in Africa, but that is not how his races are remembered.