OnlyFans and racing star Renee Gracie says she could revive 'boring sport'

Renee Gracie is prepared to spend nearly $1 million to be back on the racetrack


                            OnlyFans and racing star Renee Gracie says she could revive 'boring sport'
Renee Gracie driver of the #360 Harvey Norman Super Girls Nissan Altima poses prior to practice for Bathurst 1000 on October 8, 2016, in Australia (Photo by Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images)
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Renee Gracie, the OnlyFans star, is prepared to spend nearly $1 million to be back on the racetrack, news outlets reported on Saturday, August 21. Gracie disclosed her plans to "buy her own team" and compete in the Bathurst 1000 in an interview with The Daily Telegraph this week.

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The Australian pornstar was not just a regular OnlyFans content creator. MEAWW earlier reported that Gracie has already had an established career in racing, becoming the country's first full-time race car driver in 15 years back in 2015. The adult film actress also opened up about her wish to get a hysterectomy at the age of 26 as she would “rather be rich and famous” instead of being a "mother."

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OnlyFans is allegedly pulling out of the pornography business, but its Terms of Use makes no such claim. Starting October, the company will prohibit users from posting any 'unsolicited and non-consensual sexually explicit content on the site. The new policy was announced on Thursday, August 19. According to the company, the creators will still be allowed to post nude pictures and videos, provided they adhere to the updated OnlyFans' policy. 

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Like many other OnlyFans creators, Gracie is looking towards other routes of earning, now that the website has changed its policy. "I am looking to buy my own team," the bombshell said, according to Daily Mail. "I get offers every second day to go and race in somebody else's car."

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Gracie stated that she intended to keep her own ambition alive by obtaining a wildcard entry into the Bathurst 1000. To assist draw greater attention to the sport, wildcard spots are awarded to promising crowd-pleasers or retired racers. Gracie claimed that the "boring sport" may be revived because of the amount of attention she would bring to the racetrack. "I think it is completely possible that I would be considered for a wildcard," Gracie said. 

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"There aren't too many females that have raced – let alone one that has raced before and done porn," the adult performer said of the attention she may generate for the sport. Gracie concluded by admitting she hasn't been able to finish a race this year since the sport has become "boring." "I turn it off after a couple of laps because it is repetitive and not much is going on. The sport was much better four or five years ago in terms of action," she added.

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She concluded by stating that she believed she could make the top 10 and that she could "battle" her way into the middle of the pack. The expense of returning to the sport is believed to be $1 million. Gracie competed in Bathurst in 2015 as part of an all-female team. Renee also competed in 2016 with Simona de Silvestro.

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Gracie, on the other hand, retired from racing the following year, claiming that the sport's high costs forced her to do so. Gracie told the Daily Mail Australia in July last year that she "just couldn't afford it anymore" after quitting Supercars. "I  had to come up with $600,000 a year to race,' she said. 'I had to get my own sponsors and any crashes or scratches I got on the car I had to pay for myself. We had insurance but the excess was so high that the team bosses used to tell me, 'Don't crash – but if you do, make sure you write it off.' Just a minor crash could cost $10,000," she said. "It's a savage sport."

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