The 2015 Formula 1 calendar has been provisionally set at a record 21 races by world governing body the FIA. The provisional return of the Korean Grand Prix increases the number of events from the 19 held in 2014. The move to set the calendar at 21 races would eclipse the 20-race campaign held in 2012. The FIA's World Motor Sport Council also confirmed plans to abandon the controversial double points rule. The idea of F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone, the double points rule was seen by many as unfair and artificial.