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the worst part about standing water is it can cause you to hydroplane (like being on ice). If you know how to control the throttle, know where the standing water is and leave enough room to maneuver properly its not as big a problem. From what I saw standing water was not an issue, as much as visibility would have been more of an issue.
For Jorge it was his rear tire selection, Casey Stoner had no issues gauging his turn in and around the last corner, and you know what, ...
Jorge did not have any problems squirting out of the last turn to beat Casey out of the last turn, despite almost crashing, ...
which leads me to believe Jorge's tires were not that far off, he was just having a panic attack.