The return of the Austrian GP doesn't mean the Formula One calendar will be expanded, according to Bernie Ecclestone.
Red Bull announced on Tuesday that its owner Dietrich Mateschitz and Ecclestone had reached an agreement that will see Austria host a F1 race at Spielberg on July 6 next year.
This year's calendar features 19 races, but the Grand Prix of America in New Jersey as well as the Russian GP in Sochi have been pencilled in to make their debuts.
With Austria set to be added to the calendar, it will leave 2014 with at least 22 races.
However, Ecclestone insists they won't go over the 20 mark.
"We will have 20 races, not more," he is quoted as saying to Austrian paper Kleine Zeitung.
Ecclestone and Mateschitz reportedly agreed a seven-year contract for the Austrian race at the Red Bull Ring, but the Formula One ringmaster refused to divulge further details.
"I don't know everything else at the moment. Ask me again in the summer," he said.
He added: "Red Bull is very good for the sport, very good for Formula One. Everything is so professional at Red Bull, quality-wise at a high level. I think Red Bull will organise a very good grand prix."