Stan is releasing a new documentary about OnlyFans star Renee Gracie's return to Bathurst 1000
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A new documentary is set to released about former motorsport driver-turned-OnlyFans star Renee Gracie.
It's understood the doco, which will feature on Stan, will her follow the Aussie's bid to return to Bathurst 100 following her dramatic exit from Supercars a few years back.
Prior to her retirement in 2017, Gracie was a respected driver on the Supercars circuit.
While the majority of her career was spent in the second-tier Super2, Gracie did go on to make two starts in the prestigious Bathurst 1000 race.
But when she wasn't behind the wheel of a V8 Supercar, Gracie was spending her time behind a camera shooting content for her subscribers on OnlyFans.
And that side hustle quickly became her main source of income, reportedly raking in around $500,000-a-month.
Her extortionate earnings saw her become one of Australia's highest earners on the platform.
And with money in the bank thanks to her success on the X-rated social media site, Gracie is hoping to use her OnlyFans funds to make a comeback at Mount Panorama.
She told the Sunday Telegraph: "I am looking to buy my own team. I get offers every second day to go and race in somebody else's car.
"There are lots of opportunities and options keeping the hope and the dream alive, but I would like to do it myself."
But it seems her bold plans of returning to the track have been shut down by Supercars officials, who have labelled her move a "publicity stunt".
"She is just using the sport to sell more videos," an official told the Daily Telegraph.
"It is not even worth commenting on because it is not going to happen."
Now a new series will document her comeback journey.
The Stan Original Documentary is described as "a story about exploitation, empowerment and resilience, and is a showcase of what women have to do to succeed, thrive and survive in a man's world."
"We are proud to support the talented writer/directors Frances Elliott and Samantha Marlowe and producer Cody Greenwood, who have a proven track record of crafting engaging documentaries," said Screen Australia's Head of Documentary Alex West.
"Not only is Revealed: Renee Gracie set to shine a necessary light on gender inequality, stigma and prejudice in sport and beyond, but it shares honest insights into Renee's empowering origin-turned-comeback story – making for a compelling watch on Stan."
Stan chief content officer Cailah Scobie added: "Stan's acclaimed Revealed slate has been a hugely successful collaborative partnership sharing uniquely Australian stories from an outstanding collection of directors, producers and journalists including the multi-award winning Nick McKenzie from The Sydney Morning Herald/The Age and 60 Minutes and John Silvester from The Age.
"Our commitment to invest and produce local original documentaries that take a deep dive into Australian contemporary topics and issues can be seen in our upcoming addition to the slate, Revealed: Renee Gracie.
"We can't wait to work closely with Rush Films to tell Renee's story and continue our dedication to produce bold, unique and investigative content, not seen on any other platform."