Sachsenring circuit will host Germany's MotoGP round through to the end of 2016 after signing a new deal with rights holder's Dorna.
The round was subject to much speculation last year as the track owners ADAC, the equivalent of Britain's AA, were concerned over the size of the sanctioning fee and being able to break even, let alone make any money.
Those fears appear to have been allayed as the Sachsenring Management GmbH (Ltd.) will be the organizer while ADAC will look after the sporting issues.
Over the past 10 years, the Sachsenring has become Germany’s mecca of motorbike racing, and the circuit will maintain this reputation in the future, thanks to our new contract. The Sachsenring Management GmbH will be a reliable and committed partner," ADAC Sport President Hermann Tomczyk said.
"This is certainly good news not only for Sachsenring’s friends and the fans of motorbike racing in Germany, but also for the people and the entire economic region."