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Race Car Driver Turns in Keys to Become Millionaire on OnlyFans




Renee Gracie was a racing prodigy on the V8 Supercars circuit Down Under, but it was too toxic for her and she decided to throw in the towel on racing after only earning $80,000 in five years. Since then she has created an OnlyFans account where she makes six figures per month.

With the OnlyFans account, Gracie told Page Six that she hears about one new fetish a week, but “I don’t have any fetish myself, to be honest with you, I’m very vanilla” and she’s “never been with anyone” who had fetishes. One of those recent fetishes she learned about was “shrink fetish,” which she said, “People imagine that you shrink them down, and you put them in your body or your mouth. I was like, ‘OMG, you’re going to have to elaborate! I haven’t heard of that!’”

When she was racing on the V8Supercars circuit, she said the environment for a woman driver was “very toxic” and she made under $80,000 for five years of her life. During that time she had to scrounge for sponsors and pay exorbitant costs for insurance and other necessities just to take part in the sport.

After she left racing, a friend suggested she create an OnlyFans account. She said, “I didn’t know if I’d have the confidence to do this. [But] I looked at it and thought, ‘I’m semi already doing that on my Instagram.’” It was an instant hit too, as she made $24,000 in the first 24 hours.

It continued also, as she told Page Six, “From that first two weeks… [we were] starting to say, ‘OK, we need to figure out what we’re gonna do.’ It was $70,000, $80,000 the next month… It was such a whirlwind for me [from] having no money, and being broke to having heaps of money.”

Now that she has security with money, she said she would like to get back into racing, but in a different way than just being a driver. She has built a presence and name for herself online, so now she could get back into racing and not have to rely on anyone.

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She told Page Six that one way she could return is more as a presence for “giving other young females or race car drivers, in general, a stepping stone” that she never had. Whatever she does, Gracie said she is being cautious and “when I did leave, it was very toxic…I have to enjoy it” to come back to it.

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