1) You take things way too seriously.
2) It would be theft only if the Russian sponsors had signed a deal which ensured Petrov’s seat. I do not know the length of the contracts of Lada, the shipyard and vodka company with Renault, but if it extends to 2011 I highly doubt that a clause guaranteeing Petrov’s drive exists, considering that Renault still has not renewed its contract with Petrov. I am quite positive, however, that the contracts with the sponsors last only for this year and have a clause that allows them to be renewed.
3) Petrov might have scored two more points than Hulkenberg, but he has done so in a much better machine. Renault is fighting for fourth in the championship all season long, whilst Williams has only just managed to take the fight to Force India for sixth. Furthermore, more than half of Petrov’s points come from one race, whereas Hulkenberg has scored consistently in the last four of seven races (his last no-score was down to Petrov’s ridiculous start at Suzuka). Obviously, Hulkenberg has made some mistakes this season (his chicane-cutting in Monza in particular), but Petrov seems to have done more things wrong than he has done right. All this is without mentioning that Petrov needed three years full years in order to finish second in GP2, whereas Hulkenberg beat him to the championship by 1/4th of his total points in his rookie year.