Officials from Spa have submitted a proposal to Bernie Ecclestone in an attempt to keep the Belgian GP permanently on the calendar.
The days of the Belgian GP being a permanent fixture in F1 appeared to be numbered after Ecclestone revealed earlier this year that the event would alternate with the French GP from next year.
However, the return of the race at the Paul Ricard track appear to be far from a done deal and officials from Spa-Francorchamps have seized on uncertainty by handing a new four-year plan to Ecclestone.
"We submitted a reasonable proposal for an annual GP at Francorchamps," Etienne Davignon, president of Spa, told Belgian newspaper L'Echo.
Andre Maes, the chief executive of Spa, added: "The election of Francois Hollande to the French presidency has changed the situation. We are no longer in contact with the team set up by former prime minister Francois Fillon to drive the idea of the grand prix alternating.
"Therefore it had become clear to us that the French are no longer interested in alternating so we have put a proposal to Bernie Ecclestone. But I am bound by a confidentiality clause so I cannot tell you."