Never has plastic surgery been more popular or normalized than in today’s society, especially if you are a race car driver like Danica Patrick, where your appearance can make or break your career. Has Danica Patrick fallen for the temptation? Find out all plastic surgery facts below.
Who Is Danica Patrick?
Danica was born March 25, 1982 in Beloit, Wisconsin. She is by far the most successful female in the history of US open-wheel racing. Patrick started with go-karting when she was only ten years old. While growing up, young Danica was also a cheerleader at high school. She was racing in IRL IndyCar Series and currently competes on NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
Plastic Surgery Overview
Patrick said she got her silicone implants in 2014, when she was 32 years old. “I did it because I wanted to be more perfect,” she said. “I wanted the whole package. … I felt like I was very fit and I thought, ‘Well, but I just don’t have boobs.
Plastic surgery is normal among celebrities in Hollywood. Breast implants and rhinoplasties are nothing new there. Check out the table below to see Danica Patrick's plastic surgery history.
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Danica Patrick Quotes
"The commitments, schedule and sponsor appearances don't change. It gets more busy, because you get more popular, and the more popular you are, it actually gets more busy. They're like, 'Yeah, let's use her, she's hot right now. Let's do a shoot!'"
"I spent my whole childhood watching open-wheel racing. I spent years going to England and racing open wheel, coming back and racing open wheel. It's been my world for 20 years and beyond that. For almost my whole life, I've been watching it. I watch it and I think I know how to do it."
"I never do anything out of my comfort zone."
"Every single aspect of myself, let me put it this way, it's all about trying to incorporate. It's about trying to weave the web and keep everyone happy. And of course, it's about giving value to those people so they continue to sponsor me."
"You know, sometimes the little victories that I have throughout the season are not necessarily obvious on the track. Maybe they're another aspect of what I'm doing, winning little victories here and there to get everything in line to be able to perform from top to bottom on race day."