KEY POINTS

  • Renee Gracie said she found Dave Reynolds' remarks about her and Simona de Silvestro funny
  • The porn star explained that Supercars urged her to condemn Reynolds  
  • Gracie has no regrets after switching careers and considers it the best decision she has ever made

Renee Gracie condemned Holden star Dave Reynolds for calling her and Simona de Silvestro's all-female Bathurst 1000 entry "P---y Wagon." But Gracie said she didn't take offense at Reynold's infamous remarks; she was just told by Supercars to react that way.

"I didn’t even know he had said it, but I was sat down and told that I would have to comment on it," she told The Daily Telegraph.

"I was told Supercars were not going to let it slide, and they were not happy with it. It was during a time when a lot of footy players were mistreating women and they reacted because of it," she continued.

"They wanted to take a stance and made it clear that he would be made an example of. I didn’t have a choice in what I said. I just did what they asked me to do."

Following his remarks that many found offensive, Reynolds was fined $25,000. Gracie felt that it was a "harsh" punishment because he was just joking. The porn star complimented Reynolds saying that he’s "a great guy and one of the best in the category." The sport would be bland and boring without Reynolds, she added.

"He was just trying to be funny and, to be honest, I did think it was funny. Everyone knows he means well and sometimes you get that crazy weird stuff," she said.

Gracie even used Reynolds' words to name her own car. Naming her car "P---y Wagon" was also a tribute to Quentin Tarantino's movie "Kill Bill.”

Gracie has no regrets after switching careers from being a race car driver to doing porn. At present, she is earning up to $500,000 every month.

"It has been the best thing I have done in my whole life," she told News Corp Australia in June.

She added that her new career put her in a financial position she never dreamt of and she enjoys it. She added that she doesn't care whatever people would call her because she is earning good money and she’s comfortable with what she’s doing.

Just recently, Gracie called out a troll in her Instagram Story for leaving mean comments on her social media account. 

"Somehow, judging by the way you attack and speak to people on social media, regardless of my life choices, I'm clearly in a much better place than you. You can't drag me down to your level. And I actually get off being called a sl-t and a hoe pull my hair while your [sic] at it. Hehe," she wrote.