The Flying Circus of Physics is about to begin and this book is your ticket to the show. Its quirky collection of questions and answers explores the curious physics of the everyday world. Why can we see two rainbows but not three? Can a Formula One car be driven upside down on a long tunnel ceiling? How an lizards walk on water and snakes glide through air? Hundreds of examples are included, all based on research published in scientific journals. The web site www.flyingcircusofphysics.com lists over 10,000 research citations and also contains other material about The Flying Circus of Physics. So, take your seat – the show is about to begin.