Nina Louise Peterson
Nina Louise Peterson was born in November 1975 to her parents Ronnie and Barbro Peterson. The couple named their daughter Nina Louise after Jochen Rindt’s widow. Peterson’s main interests were motors, aquarium fish, and gardening. Nina and her parents had a close relationship, but there were also some conflicts during the couple’s marriage.
Peterson had a successful racing career. She drove Formula One cars for many years. In the 1971 season, she was a sub-champion to Jackie Stewart and won the Watkins Glen six-hour race. She was with March until 1973, when she signed with John Player Team Lotus. Her teammate was Emerson Fittipaldi.
Peterson grew up in a poor neighborhood in Orebro. She lived with her grandparents for a time, but later moved with her mother and father. The Peterson family opened a museum in Orebro in May 2008, but sadly, it closed in October 2009.
In the past decade, Peterson has made more than $1million by becoming a sugar baby. Currently living in Florida, she spends her life pleasing rich men. Her suitors have also paid for extreme body changes. She tripled her breast size from 34C to 34H.
Peterson’s death is one of the most tragic and heartbreaking moments in motorsport. Peterson had a serious medical condition called fat embolism, which blocked circulation and deprived her organs of oxygen. In 1978, she had undergone surgery to stabilize broken bones. This accident shocked the racing world and led to several rule changes.