London - Silverstone will host MotoGP until 2021 after agreeing to resurface the circuit before this year's British Grand Prix as part of a contract extension, organisers Dorna said on Wednesday.
The race in August last year had to be cancelled due to heavy rain and drainage issues making it too dangerous for riders.
MotoGP race director Mike Webb said at the time that a resurfacing of the track had contributed to the problem.
The new resurfacing will be carried out in June. This year's race is scheduled for August 25.
"The extension to the contract at Silverstone is a mark of the confidence we have in the circuit to host a successful MotoGP event over the next three years," said Dorna chief executive Carmelo Ezpeleta in a statement.