Greece's Acropolis Rally is expected to form part of a 15-round World Rally Championship next season.
Having initially reported a schedule limited to 14 events next season, sources close to the organizer of the Acropolis have confirmed an agreement with North One Sport, the global promoter of the WRC.
A source told AUTOSPORT: "The Acropolis Rally is one of the most traditional events in the calendar, and has always been part of North One Sport's plans."
The Acropolis Rally will not run as a round of this year's championship due to the rotation policy which North One Sport inherited when it became the new WRC promoter.
One team manager in the WRC said: "A WRC without the Acropolis would not make sense. It's an amazing even and one which adds the real endurance element to the sport. Yes, it has struggled to find a home recently and we've moved around a little bit, but as much as this sport needs to look forward, it can't afford to ignore its roots. The Acropolis, from what I understand, has a very good future in the WRC."
The final 2011 calendar is subject to ratification at next month's meeting of the FIA World Motor Sport Council.