Wait until Ferrari win a couple in a row soon and all the media will be saying "McLaren self destructs" or similar.
Best money still on Alonso for the title. Hamilton hasn't had his wake-up knock yet or another track he really can't master (since getting up to speed after the first few races). Alonso has had gremlins, traffic and safety car problems and has still earned plenty of points in those races..
As I've said tons of times before, it's how you manage to scrape the points back when everything is against you that shows how good you are. Alonso is the master of this - no-one can come close. In that respect he has been the Schumy of the last few seasons.
Ferrari were never really going to be too suited to these tracks, they have the longer wheel base, and are getting used to that.
Haven't they won every single US GP by miles?
They actually tend to do very well at those sorts of tracks... I'm not so sure the long wheel-base is hurting them as much as people would think. I think everyone else has finally got their suspension geometry right for the tires so Ferrari's advantage in that area is now over. Likewise, they have had some gremlins.
Kimi, as always, totally lackluster when the car isn't exactly to his liking. He was like this at McLaren and really shows his lack of adaptability. Massa is doing better in this department.