The Motorland Aragon circuit will host a MotoGP race until at least the 2016 season after securing a new deal with organizer Dorna.
The Spanish track made its debut on the calendar last year to replace the canceled Hungarian Grand Prix in September. It was then announced that the circuit would take on a long-term role as MotoGP's reserve venue, though it also kept its place on the schedule for 2011.
Aragon has now secured a new deal to become a permanent fixture on the calendar for at least six more years.
The race, which won the trophy for the best event of 2010, is the fourth hosted in Spain together with Jerez, Valencia and Barcelona.