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Get set for racing adventure with NGCs Supercars

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MUMBAI: Car enthusiasts are sure to be driven wild with the stories of flashy motorcars unraveling this season. The third season of Nat Geo?s Supercars based on some of the world?s best machines is going on air from 18 November. The series will be telecast from Monday to Friday at 10.00 pm.

The show will give viewers exclusive access into the awe-inspiring world of the most envied cars from the Aston Martin to the Ferrari FF, and what goes into making these marvels tick.

This time around, the series will also have special episodes ? ?Speedmakers? ? a series that takes a look at what happens off the track and roads, with people who build, innovate and accomplish feats in engineering.

Commenting on the show, motorsport and moto-tech enthusiast, and face of the campaign, John Abraham said, ?The way I see it, a Supercar can be defined as this contraption consisting of wheels and metal, carved as if by the Hand of God, to inspire at least one out of the seven cardinal sins: envy! The head-rush that you experience when you get behind the wheel of a powerful machine, the revving of the engine, the surge in speed - it?s almost a spiritual experience for me. And with the third season of the show, Nat Geo has ensured that despite all the restraint that you might impose on yourself, ?Supercars? will have you drooling on these beauties of the four-wheeled variety. I am thrilled to be associated with the show!?

Talking about the third season of the hit series, National Geographic and FOX International Channels VP - marketing Debarpita Banerjee said in a release: ?From the word go, the popularity of ?Supercars? has been palpable. There is a reason why we strive to bring a new season of ?Supercars? each year. Apart from the fact that every episode brilliantly showcases the manufacturing details of these engineering marvels, it is also a great opportunity that we offer our advertisers to associate with the world?s most classy and exclusive line-up of machines, ranging from the Maserati to the Lamborghini Aventador.?

So what are you waiting for! Get ready for the adrenaline-pumping show?

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