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Former Australian Supercar Driver Claims She Made $500,000 In One Month On OnlyFans

Former Australian Supercar Driver Claims She Made $500,000 In One Month On OnlyFans

Renèe Gracie launched her account a few months ago and has been raking it in.

Stewart Perrie

Stewart Perrie

Renèe Gracie shocked Australia when she revealed that she had started an OnlyFans account.

The 25-year-old used to be a Supercar racer and was Australia's first full-time female competitor. However after a string of poor results in 2017 and a difficulty in finding funding, Gracie was replaced with another driver.

Looking for a new career, the 25-year-old was making some coin at a local car yard when she stumbled on the adult app.

It seems like it's paid off for the young Aussie and she's revealed how much she made in June.

Speaking to Gina Stewart, Gracie said: "I was averaging about $70,000USD (AU$97,000) a month up until recently when I got a lot of media attention and I had a few stories go viral. I know the figures but let's just say I made half a million in the month of June."

That is an outrageous amount of money. That would set you up for a very long time, and that was just one month.

Gracie said she did her homework before making X-rated content and that has helped ensure the money kept piling in.

The 25-year-old has also revealed that she wants to make a return to Supercar racing. However, she thinks that the organisation might not take her back after her OnlyFans work became common knowledge.

She anticipates that she may not be welcomed back to the Super2 development series or Supercars endurance races.

Speaking to News Corp, she said: "I don't think they would want me back. The pressure I was under in the last couple of years was immense and I don't really want to put myself through that.

"I don't need that pressure because I have a career outside racing now. I will be doing it for enjoyment and fun. I have been watching the races and keeping up to date with it.

"I want to do it again because now I can do it on my own and I can afford to enjoy it."

In 2015, Renee partnered with Simona de Silvestro in a Ford FG X Falcon for the Bathurst 1000 V8 Supercar race, which was the first all-female pairing since Melinda Price and Kerryn Brewer in 1998.

Could she make a comeback and fund it all herself? Looks like we'll have to sit and watch what happens.

Featured Image Credit: Renee Gracie/Instagram

Topics: News, Australia