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Australian Racer Renee Gracie Goes From V8 Supercars to Adult Industry, Now Makes $100k a Month

More power to her

  • Former V8 Supercars driver Renee Gracie left the sport to pursue a career in the adult industry

  • Former racer now making nearly $100,000 a month by selling pictures on Onlyfans

  • Calls the move the best thing she’s done in her life


To call racing driver Renee Gracie the Australian Danica Patrick would be a little far-fetched, but the 25-year-old still was the first full-time female racer in the country’s V8 Supercars Super2 category in more than a decade.

She got her start in karting before moving to the Porsche Carrera Cup Australia as the first female driver ever to compete in the series according to her Supercars bio.

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The problem is that despite a steady climb in the Australian racing scene, Gracie didn’t make a dime according to an interview with the Daily Telegraph.

Renee Gracie decided to turn to OnlyFans, a website that gives people the opportunity to provide their Instagram following with subscription-based content to add to their income including erotic images and videos.

In just a short period she accumulated over 7,000 subscribers and is now making $90,650 every month as an adult entertainer. That’s roughly the same salary as Lance Stroll in Formula 1.

As for what people think of her career move, the former driver isn’t concerned.

“It has been the best thing I have done in my whole life,” Gracie said.

We won’t post some of her more revealing images, but you can check out her Instagram account. There’s also a really nice Mustang GT on there.

Apparently Gracie’s account added almost 7,000 followers in the few days since the story broke in Australia.

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