Ex-Supercars Driver Renee Gracie Turns P0rn Star To End Financial Crisis

Ex-Supercars Driver Renee Gracie Turns P0rn Star To End Financial Crisis
The switch from history-making V8 driver to adult entertainer has seen Reene a staggering increase in her earnings.

In 2015, Renee Gracie was part of an all-female team that took part in Bathurst 1000 V8 supercar race but fast-forward 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.

"I pretty much do everything. I do whatever it is people request. I sell those photos and people tip me," Gracie was quoted as saying by the Daily Telegraph.

Renee said that her new profession has given her financial stability, claiming to earn up to approximately $25,000 (approx R18.8 lakh) per week by selling fans only photos and videos. This means, her monthly earning have also skyrocketed by $64,750 to $90,650 every month.

"It has put me in a financial position I could never have dreamt of and I really enjoy it. I sell those photos and people tip me. I have a 30-year housing loan that I am about to pay off in 12 months,"she said.

She also closed doors on a possible return to racing in the future as according to her, she realised she wasn't good enough for the circuit.

"I got over it (racing) and realised I wasn't good enough and moved on," she revealed. "I have no interest in going back. Racing cars in my eyes is not the pinnacle of what I have done. What I am doing right now, I would rather do than race around Bathurst."

Meanwhile, Supercars have distanced themselves from the 25-year-old saying they cannot comment on someone who is no longer part of their organisation.

"Supercars is aware of the article regarding former Super2 driver Renee Gracie," a spokesman said as per new.com.au.

"As Ms Gracie is no longer competing in Super2, Supercars will not be commenting further."

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