Podium questions? Who likes that?
The fans that hang around the podium on track.
DRS - not activated until after the first 2 laps? What sense does that make?
Bizarre and potentially dangerous on a opening lap with a really bunched up field. The leader has the right to try to open up a gap. Otherwise the fans would complain even more that's it's artifficial.
It was the fans that complained that races were boring with not enough action, and who raved about that Montreal race a couple years ago where the tyres fell apart.
Crazy fuel rules?
It was the fans that constantly asked for state of the art modern technology in F1 (and the future of tech is fuel efficiency), and it's the fans that want to see as many competitive cars on track as possible, hence it's in their best interest for the manufacturers to be in F1, hence you want regs that attract the manufacturers.
I'll grant you that it's tough to explain that one, but again the fans want the sport to exist therefore someone's got to pay the sport's bills.
The fans would rather see that pay driver on track who's actually not that bad as he has won races in GP2, than that team folding and staying at home for lack of funds.
The fans would rather see an open book of regulations that teams exploit to the full and end up with ugly shapes, than a nice and pretty spec body shape where there's no scope for innovation and everyone has the same car.
I'm being deliberately obtuse with some of these arguments and playing devil's advocate, just to try to highlight the problems and compromises that these people running F1 have to deal with. By all means contact them and complain about the things that are indeed wrong in F1, but be realistic, be focused in a priority not just complain about everything (it's impossible to fix 10 different things at the same time), and be careful with what you wish for - there's always unintended consequences.