Autosport asked which Formula One rule fans would get rid of. The majority of commenters (130+) seem to want to bring back refueling and get rid of that truly contrived and stupid "DRS". That's the where "you can change the rear wing, reducing the drag on the car and getting an extra few miles per hour and letting you overtake. But only if you're within one second of the car in front at a certain point on the track." It's stupid and it's contrived. I also think it's a bit insulting to fans.
The other favorite was "the rule that Bernie Ecclestone in charge!" That man should move aside and let someone else run the show - someone who might appreciate the value of, oh I don't know, keeping up NASCAR perhaps?
There's a lot wrong with Formula One at the moment. Mostly because, like everything else in this world at the moment, the Powerful Interests (aka "Ferrari", "Red Bull", and a few other teams) are writing the rules. And they're doing what all the other "elites" are doing: writing them to favor themselves and then trying to fob it all off as good and wonderful for the ordinary fans. Who have to put up with it because we have no say, anyway.
A bit like Congressional politics, Europe's Angela Merkel-inspired woes and David Cameron's basic, willful, ignoring of the British economy.
Bitter? Nah, just a tad disillusioned.