ONLYFANS racing star Renee Gracie has stunned fans by wearing a barely-there bikini.
The 28-year-old former Supercar driver has turned to adult entertainment in recent years.
She has also accumulated more than 200,000 followers on Instagram – where she regularly shares revealing snaps.
And Gracie’s latest bikini shot, which was a tiny blue number, sent her followers into meltdown as she captioned it with: “How many curves can you see?”
“You have too many curves to count,” declared one fan.
Another replied: “Only as much as a man can handle. How the f*** did you squeeze all of them in that race suit . You’re so little in person.”
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While another commented: “You have curves like no one have in this world.”
Gracie walked away from racing in 2017 after driving in the Carrera Cup and Super2 events.
She made the decision after not making enough money to continue her passion and instead changed her career to make the most of her good looks.
But Gracie took to the wheel of her eye-catching OnlyFans branded car in the GT World Challenge Australia Series last month.
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However, her first day back behind the wheel did not go exactly according to plan.
She was second-slowest in practice in her Audi R8 LMS Ultra on a nightmare comeback.
Gracie was over three seconds behind the quickest team in the second practice session – but she was not disheartened by her return to the track.
She uploaded a snap to her Instagram story sitting on the bonnet of her car with the caption: "Great first day back on the track after 6 years!"
Gracie has previously competed in the Bathurst 1000, one of Australia's biggest races, on two occasions.
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