MELBOURNE: In 2015, Renee Gracie was part of an all-female team that took part in Bathurst 1000 V8 supercar race but fast-forward a few years, the former circuit driver has found a new career in the adult industry.
Following a string of indifferent performances on the circuit in 2017, Gracie was replaced by another driver in the team and that change saw her work at a local car yard briefly.
According to a report published in the Daily Telegraph,Gracie soon started sharing nude images of herself on a particular subscription based website which has ended her financial problems.
It was the first female pairing at Bathurst since Melinda Price and Kerryn Brewer finished 11th in 1998.On lap 15 of the race, the Falcon, running under the “Harvey Norman Supergirls” banner,was severely damaged in an oil slick-induced impact by Gracie with the wall at Forrest’s Elbow. After undergoing extensive repairs, it was sent back out, with de Silvestro at the wheel, to finish 21st, 40 laps down on the winning pair of Craig Lowndes and Steven Richards.
In 2016, Gracie competed in her second season of the Supercars Dunlop Series, once again for Paul Morris Motorsport. She also teamed up with de Silvestro for a second assault at the Bathurst 1000, this time in a Nissan Altima L33 prepared by Nissan Motorsport. Despite starting the race on the back row in 26th position, Gracie and de Silvestro had no major issues during the race, and managed stay out of trouble to finish 14th in the chaotic final laps
Gracie moved to Dragon Motor Sport for a third season in the renamed Super2 Series. After a string of poor results with only one top-10 finish in 17 races and a lack of available funds, she was replaced with Kumho Series driver Jordan Boys.
In 2020, Gracie began uploading adult content to subscription site OnlyFans, claiming “racing cars is not my passion anymore.”
OnlyFans is a content subscription service based in London.Content creators can earn money from users who subscribe to their content—the “fans”.
It is popular in the adult entertainment industry, but also hosts content creators from other genres such as physical fitness expertsand other creators who post regularly online. It allows content creators to receive funding directly from their fans on a monthly basis as well as on tips and the pay-per-view (PPV) feature.