Australian adult adult entertainer Renee Gracie is considering American options to start her racing career again when she moves to the States – and plans to gain her first NASCAR experience soon.
Gracie, a two-time starter at Bathurst 1000, is considering moving to the US to see the popularity of the adult entertainment sector on the popular OnlyFans platform after she decided to end her domestic racing career in 2017.
He spoke to Motorsport.com of Las Vegas when he was on a mission to create a new base in America. “I’ve been here five or six days, but I’m looking for a place I can call home,” he said of ‘Sin City’.
Regarding her possible move to America, Gracie added: “I’m absolutely looking for a place I like, visiting as many states as I can, and to see where I want to start it – or if it’s a deal. I drive for three or six months at a time and return home in the middle. In the meantime, I stop everything and see what is the best possible opportunity for me. “
Gracie, 26, said she was “sure” she would master NASCAR’s capabilities and was excited about the many categories in which she could compete in the future.
“I’ve never seen a NASCAR car in person, so I hope to do so this weekend at the NASCAR Experience [at Las Vegas Motor Speedway],” Gracie said. “It’s exciting to be in the new world, to see how things work here, how it looks here to the public compared to home.
“There are a lot more motorsports in America than Australia, of course there are more people. To do some research, I think there are a lot of options, a lot of categories and things that people like, which is exciting.”
Renee Gracie – who raced full-time in the Porsche Carrera Cup and Super2 Series in her native Australia – raises the question of where her goal will be in the future. “In a way, I want to get involved, it’s not about my career anymore,” he said. “I have a passion for motorsport, I still have toys at home – go-karts, cars – I still love them, so I still like to make them.
“Come here, it’s to find something new that can attract me, and to see a whole new world of racing, to see what’s left in me, maybe to find something I didn’t know existed! The way I participate, shape or form is the goal, but it must be in my heart.
“Whether I do it myself or if I have another driver on board, I want to talk to me – that’s the biggest thing for me.”
Renee Gracie has not yet named her move with her former Bathurst partner, Simona de Silvestro, a non-foreign Swiss star who rode the Indy 500 with a predominantly female crew last year.
“He’s a good man to talk to, he made America and Europe, and of course I followed him and all the categories he advised me,” Gracie said. “And we’ve talked about IndyCar and Formula E before, so my next step is to come here and see how it all works now, instead of talking about it, I think it’s exciting.”