Has Niki Lauda Had Plastic Surgery?
Boob job, nose job, and botox – there is no shortage of opportunities for plastic surgery. What plastic surgeries has Stina had? Sure, the race car driver already looks enchanting, which cosmetic surgery measures has he taken?
Austrian Formula One racer who won three F1 World Championships in 1975, 1977, and 1984. He became the first driver in F1 history to have been a champion for both Ferrari and McLaren. Also an aviation entrepreneur, he founded three airlines.
He was raised by a wealthy Austrian family who disapproved of his choice of racing as a career.
The story of his duel with James Hunt was made into an American movie called Rush, directed by Ron Howard and released in 2013.
Plastic Surgery Facts
“I only had to do surgery to improve my eyesight. Cosmetic surgery, it’s boring and expensive and the only thing it could do is give me another face. I had the eye surgery so that my eyes could function, and as long as everything functions I don’t care about it.” Lauda has few insecurities.
Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Niki Lauda went under the knife for different kinds of plastic surgery procedures.
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)
Plastic Surgery Pictures
Can you tell from the photos whether Niki Lauda's body and face are natural?
Niki Lauda Quotes
"Cosmetic surgery - it's boring and expensive, and the only thing it could do is give me another face."
"I don't want to sound like a retrospective person stuck in the past, but the fact remains that, in my day, everything was in the hands of the driver - the gear changes, the delicate art of clutch control during race starts, managing engine revs during gear changes - everything."
"When, after the accident, I came out into the world and people looked at me, they were shocked. It upset me. I thought they were impolite not to hide their negative emotions about my look."
"The guest gets at least as much service with us as with some established airline, if not even more. And at by far a favourable price. Thus the passengers remain gladly with us."
"People always think that the worst time of my life must have been after the German Grand Prix crash in 1976, which put me in a coma and left me with severe burns. But it wasn't."