Niki Lauda

Andreas Nikolaus “Niki” Lauda famously known as Australian Formula one driver. Niki was born in Australia in February 1949. He was one who was three-time F1 World Drivers. Besides all, he was also Championship winner in 1975, 1977 and 1984. He was also an aviation tycoon.

He was the exclusive driver in F1 history to own been champion for each Ferrari and McLaren, the sport’s 2 most well-known constructors. Now it sadly he died at the age of 70. The cause of his death was kidney diseases. He was suffering from the kidney problem for a long time.

But now on 20th May 2019, his kidneys were totally failed and he died after all. Fans of Niki Lauda are becoming very sad after hearing the news of his death. The news of Kiki’s death was later on confirmed by his family on Monday.

He was one of the best drivers in the World. And he has very rare techniques of driving that were never let him down in any race. Although Niki belonged to a rich family as his grandfather Hans Lauda was also a businessman.

Niki always kept his dream to be a racing driver up to him. Because his family was not in favor of his dream. But he follows his dream and this made him the world’s best driver in F1 history with a champion title of Ferrari and McLaren.

Niki has an accident in 1976 during a race at German Grand Prix when his Ferrari was swing over the track. He got some swear injury and suffering from comma.

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Niki Lauda Net Worth

After that, he started to boycott the race as the race has not the safety measures. After the retirement from the race, Niki was involved in Formula One in 1993. Later on, he was established an airline by his own name Lauda Air.

Sometimes after that, he started selling his shares in 2001 & 2002. According to the reports, Niki has a net worth of an overall $100 million.

His distinguishing achievements as a sportsperson and a business tycoon can stay lasting. His tireless zest for action, his straightforwardness, and his courageousness stay. A task model and a benchmark for everyone, he was a caressing and caring husband, father and granddad passed away now. He will always be missed by all.

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