Given that Vettel is supposedly Ferrari's number one driver and that is where the attention in the team clearly goes there is enough now to question that assertion, as well as his complete crumbling in the face of Hamilton. One of the various analyses Ferrari will have looked at is what they think would have happened if they had got behind Raikkonen in a title challenge. It might have been why they have been so strangely cagey about openly admitting the status within the team. Other teams will also be asking that question. With the data available there isn't really any hiding places.
Vettel's reputation has certainly taken a hit this year, and it's doubtful it will recover. Vettel has also had a much more subdued demeanour in recent months. What happens with Leclerc next year will be really interesting. I actually agreed with Villeneuve that Vettel would politically try and destroy him, but I don't think Vettel holds that kind of sway in the team any more.