Published: 10:07 BST, 22 May 2018 | Updated: 10:29 BST, 22 May 2018>
She's known for running Sydney's powerhouse media company, Sweaty Betty PR.
But Roxy Jacenko enjoyed a day out of the office on Tuesday to indulge in a track day at Sydney Motorsport Park, Eastern Creek.
Sharing a stream of action-packed shots with her 215,000 Instagram followers, the 38-year-old posed next to a bright red Ferarri before enjoying a spin in one.
Looking effortlessly chic, Roxy went for a black-on-black look made up of a cosy sweater and skintight jeans topped off with a sporty pair of sneakers and aviator sunglasses.
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The mother-of-two filmed a short clip for her Instagram Stories, which showed her giggling away in her helmet as an experienced driver whizzed them around the race course.
As if that wasn't enough excitement for one day, Roxy then jumped into a helicopter to see Sydney from the sky.
Living life in the fast lane! PR maven Roxy Jacenko enjoyed a spin in a Ferrari and a chopper in the same day on Tuesday
'Chopper life,' she boasted alongside a selfie from inside the craft.
Meanwhile, Roxy recently opened up about her gruelling exercise regime, which involves working out five times per week - including taxing sessions with a personal trainer.
In an interview with Daily Mail Australia back in March, Roxy said her training involves 'resistance work and includes a mix of weights, squats, stairs and core exercises'.
Racer girl! The 38-year-old giggled away in her helmet as an experienced driver whizzed them round the race course
Roxy explained: 'Today, I'm focused on toning, rather than looking like a stick figure.
'I wanted that for a time, but I look back now and see how silly I ended up looking.'
The Sydney-born starlet - who has been married to Oliver Curtis since 2012 - also recently told Whimn that her genetics don't allow her to indulge in rich meals at restaurants.
'Chopper life!' Roxy also enjoyed seeing Sydney from the sky during a helicopter ride
'You won't see me ordering a creamy pasta or anything heavily fried, I would like to but with my genes I would end up not fitting through the front door,' she told the publication.
Instead, she prefers the choose healthy options packed with vegetables.
Roxy added: 'I order smartly, think lots of greens and salads.'
'And that's a wrap!' The PR queen was jumping for joy after her action-packed day at the track