This photo comes with a fanciful description:
"Motor racing is dangerous. As a kid I avidly followed the stylish Prince Bira’s racing exploits. His cars were entered by his cousin Prince Chula whose Swiss-Russian PA took this frightening photograph. His name was Alexander Shura-Rahm and here during practice at the Brno circuit in Czechoslovakia an inexperienced local driver named Josef Brazdil had just crashed his brand-new Maserati 6C-34. I’m afraid the poor chap died…"
However, this photo is meant to be Brazdil's crash and is supposedly from the "Archiv Automotoklubu Masarykův okruh". I don't really know what a Maserati 6C-34 looks like from underneath, but the photo below looks a bit more like one. I'm not sure at all about the photo above, but it looks close to something like a Bugatti Type 35 or something else entirely.