ONLYFANS star Renee Gracie is planning a sensational comeback to racing as she hopes to compete in the Bathurst 1000.
She featured in the race, which is one of the biggest in Australia, twice before retiring to pursue her career on the adult site.
Gracie is working on a comeback to racing with a documentary to cover her road back to the track
Reene Gracie swapped driving for an OnlyFans career
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Gracie wants to make the Bathurst 1000 race
The beauty walked away from the sport in 2017 after driving in the Carrera Cup and Super2 events.
Gracie made the decision after not making enough money to continue her passion, changing her career to make the most of her good looks.
However, she is willing to give it another go with the 28-year-old set to feature in a documentary called ‘Revealed: Renee Gracie’.
The show being made by Stan Sport is set to follow her attempted comeback as she aims to gain a wildcard entry to the big race.
Screen Australia’s head of documentary Alex West said to News.com.au: “It’s set to shine a necessary light on gender inequality, stigma and prejudice in sport and beyond.
“And share honest insights into Renee’s empowering origin-turned-comeback story, making for a compelling watch.”
Gracie previously opened up about her career switch, saying: “The position I am in now has set me up for life. I’m setting myself up for an early retirement.
“I cannot regret bettering myself and putting myself in that position.”
She has claimed to have once made £278,000 in one month via her racy uploads online.
The stunner nicknamed Devil Princess started driving as a teenager and dreamed of competing in Nascar.
This is not the first time Gracie has launched an effort to return to racing, in 2021 she supposedly spent £550,000 trying to make her own team so she could feature in the Bathurst supercar race.
Renee Gracie aims to get behind the wheel again
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