Supercars officials claim Renee Gracie's wildcard request is a hoax, but the porn star wants to race in Bathurst 1000.
As a result, V8 Supercars officials have rejected Renee Gracie's wildcard candidacy for the Bathurst 1000 at the track where she established her reputation.
"I know I can breathe new vitality into a sport that has grown monotonous," says the colorful former driver.
Only a handful of women have raced, let alone one who has raced previously and done pornography, according to the teen.
For the sport, it would be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
There's no one in Australia who can generate the kind of interest that I can."
It would be enormous. I haven't been able to make it through a complete race this year in V8s. After a few laps, I switch it off because it's repetitious and not much is happening. 'Four or five years ago, the sport was a lot more exciting.'
As a member of the first all-female Bathurst squad in 2015, Gracie believes she can create her own team and help the sport attract thousands of followers.
When asked whether she may be considered for a wildcard, she answered, "I believe it is conceivable".
However, she must first overcome the roadblock of Supercars officials.
Official: "It's a publicity stunt. It appears that she is only utilizing the sport as a way to promote more video products. Forget about making a statement because nothing will happen."
After eliminating lap times, apexes, and brake balances, Gracie made $4 million, which she spent on a home and a Mercedes-AMG GT worth $350,000, according to an article in July.
Her boyfriend receives between $2700 and $27,000 as a "co-star fee," according to the 26-year-old.
Multiple things influence the quantity, including the behaviors that take place on screen and the length of the tape she posts on OnlyFans.
That depends on what we're doing and how popular it is, she said.
There are many people who visit my page, and it changes from month to month."
For the past 20 months, Gracie and her boyfriend have been together. The relationship is "doing really well," she remarked.
"From the waist down," he appears in the clips, and the two engage in "all sorts of bizarre stuff," according to the author.
'I get so many requests for X, Y, and Z,' he said. According to her, "I believe the very first video we produced yielded a profit of $27,300".
When it comes to the film and what we do, it costs (at least) a couple of thousand dollars per video. The money I pay him is exactly that amount."
Her explicit post led to her being banned from a number of major social media networks, according to Australia's first full-time female Supercars racer.
After being subjected to a slew of internet prohibitions, she said in January that she felt like Donald Trump.
When she was younger, she said, "I'm feeling like Donald Trump".
'You've done Donald Trump,' remarked my father when I told him I had been banned, and I responded by saying, 'Make love, not war.'"
As an example of how these social media platforms are beginning to accept accountability, President Trump is a prime illustration of this trend. This has been shown during the past week."
Australasian athletes aren't the only ones making the transition into porn.
EJ Coffey was forced to justify her decision to join the ranks of insta-famous stars who used OnlyFans to make money off of X-rated video on the internet last year, and she was not alone.
While Angelina Graovac returned serve after facing heat for supplementing her income with adult subscription service, she was not alone.