Renee Gracie is the Australian motor racing star who has announced that she is switching careers in order to become an adult entertainer. Gracie’s professional racing career began in 2015. A native of the Queensland city of Brisbane, Gracie, 25, was the first woman to compete in Supercars in Australia in 14 years. In her first season, Gracie finished 18th in the championship standings for the season. During her career, Gracie was partnered with Swiss star Simona di Silvestro.
Gracie said in an interview with News Corp Australia via Yahoo Sports that she made very little money during her seven-year career as a race car driver. Gracie says in the world of pornography, she can pull in close to $20,000 in a week. Gracie also said in the interview that the move into pornography was “the best thing” she had ever done. Gracie continued saying:
It has put me in a financial position I could never 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.
Gracie Began Posting Adult Content Online in 2019
Gracie said that she began posting adult content online in 2019. In her first week, Gracie told News Corp that she made over $2,000 in one week.
On her Instagram page, Graice boasts over 42,000 followers. Gracie provides links to her OnlyFans page as well as the Instagram account for Los Angeles-based website 4PlayHub. The company was registered to operate in Australia in March 2020. Heavy has reached out to 4PlayHub for comment. In a May 2020 Instagram post, Graice said that she was the brains behind 4PlayHub. Gracie said:
Been hustling in ISO. My new baby! 4Play Hub. A place to search through loads of creators and search specifically through categories to find your perfect match. A place where creators can promote their subscription based platforms, be seen by more people, grow their fan base and earn more money.
According to her OnlyFans page, Gracie has 139,000 likes and 2,700 fans. Gracie has posted 287 photos and 46 videos on her page. A monthly subscription to Gracie’s page costs $12.95.
In 2017, Gracie Was Also Working as a Car Salesperson
In 2017, Gracie competed with Team Caltex in the Dunlop Super2 Series, according to a Facebook page dedicated to her racing career. Gracie has not updated that page since January 2019. In February 2018, Gracie said in a post that in addition to her racing career, she was also working as a car salesperson. Gracie has not updated the Twitter page related to her racing career since October 2017.
According to Gracie’s Supercars profile, Gracie was a karting star prior to joining Supercars. On that profile, Gracie lists her outside interests as shopping, computer and nutrition. Gracie said in a 2015 interview with Yahoo News Australia that she had to become used to the idea of being a gender pioneer in motor racing. Gracie said, “It was never really the intention I was just doing what I wanted to do and what I loved doing.” Gracie said of being a female in a male-dominated sport:
It is hard and it is tough… I still doubt myself everyday and you still get people who tell you that you can’t do it and I’ll probably suffer that for the rest of my career.
One Racing Management Team Said That Gracie ‘Seemed’ Lose Her Passion for the Sport
Gracie said in an August 2016 interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation that she left school early in order to study to become a mechanic. During the same interview, Gracie said that she occasionally went by the nickname, Devil Princess. Racing management team McElrea Racing said of Gracie in a May 2020 tweet, “She was a great kid, but seemed to lose her passion for it.”