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Don't forget that Massa had been in the team for years before Fernando arrived. He had partnered Michael and then Kimi, so he'd had plenty of opportunity to establish himself as number 1 within the team. He'd even come close to winning the WDC. But Fernando came in and grabbed the bull (or should that be prancing horse) by the horns! You may claim that it was only Massa's accident that allowed Alonso to do that, but others may disagree. It is what it is.
Ferrari have stayed loyal to Massa long after the accident, but the fact remains that Alonso is the one constantly bringing in the big points. Your analysis did not give the full picture, so that is the reason I say that you are right but not "completely" right.