Maybe you are being punished for nothing sharing lefty's undoubted wisdom with us ?:S
Looking at your options for the rest of the season, i think you are in pretty good shape to be honest. Sixty odd points behind the leader with the options you have at your disposal is a pretty good position to be in. Most of the guys infront have used up all their RedBull and Brawn team and driver options and should theoretically be looking at one more good race only. After that, barring a miracle they should be drawing blanks i should think.
You got a couple of Redbulls left, Webber as well and Raikkonen for a couple of races too, plus you have used Massa, so his loss won't affect you so much as it would others like me. You have the dark knight for another three races, and if their car has really improved, which i don't think it has, you should be in pretty good shape going into the second half of the championship. You are like Redbull, fighting and trying to catch up or shall i say you are going to " come from behind" LOL! Had to say that bit:P
I came to the conclusion after a couple of races this season that to try and win this thing one should adopt Prost's approach, keep chipping away at points each race right to the end.
Thinking about next year, both Red Bull drivers would be in the A list, at least one Brawn GP driver would be in the A list, both Mclaren and Ferrari drivers would be in the A list, and assuming Alonso is not at Ferrari ( very unlikely ) and maybe one BMW or both BMW drivers in the A list. That means ten drivers will be left in the B list who will have a realistic chance of scoring anything, not counting the three new teams who will be hopeless. So we'll be picking Nakajema and hopping he does not crash and finishes the race so we can collect ONE point for him having finished the race.
p.s. yes, Toyota was a very odd choice for this race. Without Alonso and Vettel's DNF's and Massa being there, Toyota would not have scored anything just like Button wouldn't have scored a point either.