So was thinking about this for a while.
1. There is an argument that the results are somewhat being doctored, Pirelli may be sending over special tyres to teams in a bit to ensure there is a level of unpredictability. The teams don't know they have them because they are randomly allocated, although Pirelli know exactly who are getting them.
It may explain why one weekend one team looks great and the next weekend they're all at sea. The Top teams are always there or there about because of superior downforce, but you can tell with smaller teams. Sauber hasn't been able to replicate their performance from Malaysia, we'll see if Williams can replicate this in Monaco.
2. This adds some weight as F1 is about to go public, and markets look towards a popular brand liked by everyone rather then enthusiast.
1. There is also an argument that super aliens are taking over the bodies different drivers each week and this is why results are unpredictable. The teams don't know because these aliens are rather good at disguising themselves.
2. Definitely, but it's because said aliens are investing in shares themselves and feel that they would make more money if results are mixed up.
Alternatively maybe we're both wrong. Having some proof either way might help us come to a conclusion. But we don't, not even a teeny weeny bit, if we came up with wild conspiracy theories without evidence everytime we wanted we could have some interesting discussions.
Personally I find the alien argument much more entertaining, perhaps we should take that route.