The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will be staying on the Formula One calendar until at least 2030, the sport announced on Thursday ahead of the season-ending title-decider at Yas Marina.
The race is one of four in the Middle East, with Qatar and Saudi Arabia making their debuts this year on long-term contracts and Bahrain an established fixture.
Abu Dhabi first hosted Formula One in 2009 and is one of the most lucrative races for commercial rights holders Liberty Media.
"We are delighted to confirm that we will be racing in Abu Dhabi until 2030 under this new agreement," F1 chief executive Stefano Domenicali said.
Mercedes' seven times world champion Lewis Hamilton and Red Bull's Max Verstappen are tied on points going into the final race of the season.
The Yas Marina Circuit has unveiled several changes to the track ahead of Sunday's title decider designed to increase overtaking opportunities.