An Aussie racer has fallen from grace in the racing community after it became known that she was launching another career in the adult content space.
Renee Gracie, who was the first Australian woman to become a Supercar racer, had a relatively successful career from 2013 to 2016.
Initially beginning in kart racing, Gracie began driving in the 2013 and 2014 seasons of the Porsche Carrera Cup Australia Championship, achieving five top ten results in the latter year.
As 2015 came around, Gracie drove in the Supercars Dunlop Series (later known as the Super2 Series), making the 18th in championship standings. Gracie would continue with the Supercars Dunlop Series with relative success until 2017, when she began to decline and run out of funding.
Eventually, she was replaced by driver Jordan Boys.
Claiming that she no longer had a passion for racing, Gracie has since reverted to a variation of the world’s oldest profession and has opened her own OnlyFans account.
For just shy of thirteen bucks, lonely men and very..dedicated race enthusiasts can now enjoy photos and videos of her tattooed body, often completely devoid of clothing.
Either way, the strategy has literally paid off. Gracie has over 7,000 subscribers, which more or less nets her around $756,000 a year.
“It has been the best thing I have done in my whole life,” Gracie told News Corp Australia. “It has put me in a financial position I could never have dreamt of and I really enjoy it. I am fine with whatever they want to call me. I am earning good money and I am comfortable with where I am at.”
According to the New York Post, her career in racing will likely never make a recovery, and Supercars executives have since distanced themselves from Gracie.
“Supercars is aware of the article regarding former Super2 driver Renee Gracie,’’ a spokesman said. “As Ms Gracie is no longer competing in Super2, Supercars will not be commenting further.”
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