I'll leave quibbling over drivers aside.
I find the current qualifying format a total bore. With a few exceptions, we get the same old drivers and teams being knocked out in Q1 and Q2 all the time - and even with just 10 guys in Q3 you barely get a sense of how the laps come together because they're... not shown.
I am very disappointed by the F1 official YouTube channel. Their race highlights are unwatchable on account of a ridiculous shouting Englishman, and the team-radio snippets seem to be selected by a teenager who gets all giddy when people say a naughty word.
I think the second half of the Buddh track in India was right up there as one of the most challenging parts on the F1 calender. Too bad the first half was a snoozer - and the track obviously had other issues, too.
I suspect F1's desire to be popular in the United States leads to a lot of unwarranted praise for the Austin circuit, which is burdened by far too many dull corners, knock-offs of better versions of said corners, and one of the most dull environments on the calender.
I think the chats with the drivers after qualifying and race are nice - for the fans at the circuit. I never watch them on TV, but I've been to enough races where everyone just sort of looks at each other and asks "so it's over?". It's good to hear from the drivers to round things off!