The race was entertaining, and I don't believe in conspiracy theories or anything like that, but from Massa's earlier stops (Plus the drivethrough penalty), he had a shorter time in the pits than Kimi did. When thinking that Ferrari were playing favourites with Kimi, I checked the earlier pit stops and saw that Massa indeed was in the pits for a shorter amount of time than Kimi. I would suggest you guys check it out because Massa only had a splash of fuel compared to Kimi who was in the pitstops for around 10 seconds. Also, if the radio channels were opened, Massa might have also been telling the team that he has problems with his tires or something like that. For now, I will reserve judgment on that issue. The penalties I admit were inconsistent, but I'm not going to say anything about that because the FIA works in mysterious ways!
As for Alonso, I'm glad he's getting beaten by Hamilton. I never liked Alonso a lot because of the way he became champion. Kimi had the fastest car on the field, won more, but at the same time, broke down a lot. Alonso never said that he won because Kimi broke down (Nurburgring 2005) or anything like that. He attributed his victory to tire strategy and the old "I'm so amazing" c**p. When Schumacher blew up in the penultimate race last year, Fernando didn't say that he won because Schumi blew up. Alonso is not honest and he's desperate to be the undisputed #1 at a team because of the fact that he's a double world champion.
Hamilton OTOH, is a team player, but he is also a rookie in a great car. Kimi earned my respect when he was able to deliver stunning drives and show that pole position did not always mean a race win. Hamilton had to start from pole every time this year in order to win, and still that wasn't the 100% determiner (Great Britain '07). I won't say that Lewis is great or Lewis is bad, I just think he has more to learn and being WDC this year might be more detrimental to him in the future simply because all he knows is how to drive a great car, not a sub-par car like Kimi in 2004 and 2006. When he can show that he can drive from the back of the field for a points paying position, I will have respect for Hamilton. I am neutral on Hamilton. I don't think he's amazing, considering all the hype, but I don't think he's terrible because he hasn't been in an inconsistent and unreliable car yet.
Massa is a great driver and a team player. He tries to show that he can be #1, and he's doing his best, especially when up against Kimi. He is more of a diplomat towards Kimi than Alonso is towards Hamilton. Massa can make childish mistakes, but he does his best not to repeat them, like Sepang of this year. Massa's great, but WDC, that's a big question mark for now.
Kimi is a more complete driver, but he can make mistakes, proving that he's not a machine! Kimi is on the end of two extremes: when he is good, he's amazing. When he's bad, he's terrible. I think that he can improve, and hopefully, he can work more with his team to iron out the gremlins that have been affecting him this year.