The former Australian V8 Supercars Racer, Renee Gracie, has turned to the adult industry for financial stability. Gracie who made her debut in 2015, was the first, full-time female Supercars driver in Australia.

Gracie told the Daily Telegraph that she made the career switch due to financial instability and was supported by her whole family in doing so. In her 17 career races, she secured only one top ten finish.

“I pretty much do everything. I do whatever it is people request. I sell those photos and people tip me,” she said.

The former driver claims that her new profession enables her to earn up to $25,000 per week. This money will enable Gracie to pay off her housing loans and has helped her family’s financial situation as well.

Gracie said that her father is proud of her and her new financial situation and is focusing on her success, not what she actually does to make her living.

Supercars released a statement distancing themselves from the former driver. “Supercars is aware of the article regarding former Super2 driver Renee Gracie. As Ms Gracie is no longer competing in Super2, Supercars will not be commenting further.”