Niki Lauda Plastic Surgery and Body Measurements

What Plastic Surgery Has Niki Lauda Had?

Niki Lauda’s body statistics and plastic surgery facts are all here! Check out his height, body measurements, weight, shoe size, and whether he has undergone cosmetic surgery!

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.

He was married to Marlene Knaus from 1976 to 1991. They raised two sons, Mathias and Lukas. Mathias became a professional racer and Lukas became Mathias’s manager. Niki married Birgit Wetzinger in 2008. The couple welcomed twins in 2009, a boy and a girl.

He and reckless British racer James Hunt had a legendary rivalry in the 1970s.

Niki Lauda's Body Measurements
Height1.75 m, 5’8” (feet & inches)
Body ShapeN/A
Shoe Size (US)N/A

“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.

Niki Lauda's Plastic Surgeries
Nose Job (Rhinoplasty)N/A
Facelift (Rhytidectomy)N/A
Butt ImplantsN/A
Butt Lift (Buttock Lift)N/A
Eyelid SurgeryN/A
Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)N/A

Niki Lauda - Plastic Surgery Photos

Niki Lauda Plastic Surgery Face
What has two eyes, a captivating smile, and looks stunningly hot? Niki Lauda does not hesitate to bask in the spotlight.

Quotes by Niki Lauda

"I've learnt from my life experience."

Niki Lauda

"Pressure is always on if you don't perform. There is no question."

Niki Lauda

"When I was in motor racing, I had taken the decision to risk my life. But when you run an airline, and more than 200 people want to go from A to B - and they don't arrive - that's a different responsibility."

Niki Lauda

"In racing, you want to win - there are no rules, and you can do whatever you want. Flying a plane is the opposite: you respect rules and fly to the rules. You can't possibly compare the two."

Niki Lauda

"Airlines go in the long run at the competition to reason. For the passenger the competition is good, because each competitor tries to undercut the other one."

Niki Lauda
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