Former driver turned OnlyFans star who once made $500,000 in a MONTH on the raunchy platform is about to return SIX YEARS after retiring from the sport to start a career as an adult actress
- Renee Gracie is about to make a stunning return to motorsport
- The 28-year-old retired from the sport to pursue a career as an adult actress
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Renee Gracie is about to make a stunning return to motor racing six years after leaving the sport to pursue a career in the adult industry.
Gracie, 28, stepped away from her Supercars dream in 2017 due to lack of funds and turned her attention to pursuing a career as an adult actress and publishing content for her subscribers on OnlyFans.
But next weekend she will get behind the wheel of an OnlyFans-branded Audi in Perth, in the GT World Challenge Australia championship, which will support the Perth SuperSprint at Wanneroo.
Her car is dressed brim to roof in the company’s iconic white and blue colors, while also sporting QR codes believed to be linked to her online profile.
However, it has been reported by News Corp that the QR codes will not be on the car for the Perth event.
Renee Gracie is about to make a stunning return to racing after retiring six years ago
Gracie retired from motor racing in 2017 due to lack of funds and became an adult actress
“I have a serious sponsor. Obviously OnlyFans have come on board and sponsored me all season and they clearly see the potential and the opportunity,” Gracie told Speedcafe.
“They want to help me get back to doing something I loved doing and they want to be a part of the process… they’re just over the moon to be involved in something like this.
“So it’s very exciting to have them on board to support.
“Hopefully they can make something happen in relation to things we’ve done and involve them in other categories and other opportunities that may arise.”
“I’m not going to drive until I’m in Perth,” she added.
“I did my best to get everything organized and it’s just been a monumental effort to get on this podium.
“So unfortunately we didn’t get to do a test day because it was sort of a rush job, we just need more time to get organized to get to Perth.
“So I missed some prep time, but we’ll go to Perth, I’ll race in Perth and that’s the most important thing.”
But she returns next weekend, driving an OnlyFans-sponsored Audi
Renee claimed she once made $500,000 in a month on the subscription platform
Gracie once claimed that she made over $500,000 in one month through OnlyFans in 2020 and she even had the idea of starting her own team for Bathurst 1000.
The 28-year-old competed twice in the Bathurst 1000 after graduating from karting to the Porsche Carrera Cup in 2013. She raced there for two seasons before entering the Supercars Dunlop Series.
“I’m lucky to have been to all the tracks before, including Perth,” she said.
“I’ve jumped into deeper things before this – I went straight from karting to the Carrera Cup – so knowing all the tracks is a huge advantage so I can focus on getting to know the car.
“I last raced there in 2016, but since then I’ve done a lot of laps on driver training days, so I know it well.
“It’s still not easy, but it’s one less thing I have to worry about.
“It’s been a while, but knowing I’ve been there before (to Wanneroo Raceway) is great and I’ll be able to get there and find my way around, which is great.”