AT&T suit hinges on unwritten agreements

Updated: May 8, 2007, 4:40 PM ET
By Angelique Chengelis | ESPN.com

AT&T Mobility's case against NASCAR regarding the branding of the No. 31 car owned by Richard Childress and driven by Jeff Burton hinges on a meeting with representatives of the sport's governing body in June 2003, during which "promises" were made by NASCAR.

NASCAR, however, dismissed the "alleged" promises and introduced compelling testimony by a former Cingular employee designated as the "point person" for the sponsoring of the car, in a 94-page filing in U.S. District Court.

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