Transcript for Teenage Girl Monster Truck Driver Crushes Competition
Get ready meet the most unlikely star of monster trucks. Rosily ramos. Rings the competition dominated by men. Bianna golodryga has her story. Reporter: Her license plate says princess. But this is no royal carriage. And rosalee raymer is not your average girlie girl. Being in a truck with 600 horsepower is unlike anything else. Reporter: At 16 years old, ramer is barely old enough to drive. But that's not stopping her from crushing the competition as a monster truck driver. It's something that I've dreamt about. And I'm finally doing it. Going over the jumps, sometimes 20, 30 feet in the air, I feel like I'm flying. Reporter: When she comes back to earth, she says she lands as smooth as can be. I got eight nitrogen shocks on my truck. I don't feel a thing. Reporter: She started competing about two years ago. And enters two dozen shows a year. But she doesn't just drive. She knows the mechanics, too. This one's good. She understands the machines inside and out. I believe in nurturing my kids and what they love to do. Reporter: Rosalee's dad says she was drawn to cars since she was small. If it had a steering wheel, and she could get in it, she would. I love doing my nails. I have a very difficult time keeping my hands clean. Reporter: And she doesn't just have her eyes on the road, but the future, too. I do my best to keep STRAIGHT-As. Reporter: She just got her s.A.T. Scores back. I'm in the 98th percentile for math. Reporter: She wants to be an engineer. I love i.T. Reporter: A princess driven in more ways than one. For "good morning america," bianna golodryga, abc news, new york. All that and in the 98th percentilt.
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