This weekend the NASCAR International Series aka The Busch (for a while longer) Series takes the caravan south of the border to the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez at Mexico City. If the NASCAR stars are aligned as we have come to expect, this will be Juan Pablo Montoya's moment to shine. Crowds for the first two races in Mexico have been disappointingly sparse after early predictions of upwards of half a million spectators for the inaugural event in 2005. There were local Latin drivers in the first two events and I expect that there will be qualifiers this weekend who are not Busch Series regulars. Still the best chance for a Latin born representative of the NASCAR Diversity program to win this race will come from the trio of Montoya, Adrian Fernandez and Michel Jourdain Jr. All three are hugely popular in Latin America. That should solve the crowd problem. My money is on Montoya. And the NASCAR stars, too.