The stunning new Motorland Aragon track - scene of the 13th round of this year's MotoGP championship - is to get a full time spot on the World Championship calendar. According to reports from Spain, the Aragon track is due to sign a contract to host the World Superbike series from 2011 through 2013 on Wednesday.
The deal does not mean that there will be two rounds of World Superbikes in Spain. Instead, the reports (such as the one in leading Spanish magazine Motociclismo.es) state that the Spanish round will switch from Valencia to Motorland Aragon. WSBK's departure from Valencia is believed to come after pressure from some of the parties involved in MotoGP put pressure on the Ricardo Tormo circuit not to stage World Superbikes. The Communitat Valenciana (the regional government) has very close ties to MotoGP and Dorna, and may have elected to put its support behind the MotoGP series, rather than splitting resources over both MotoGP and World Superbikes.