F1 members admitted to hospital in Austin 18 November, 2012 Nov.18 (GMM) Several members of Formula One’s travelling entourage have been admitted to hospital in Austin, the Swiss newspaper Blick reports. The report said that three members of the press from Portugal, Denmark and England respectively, and “some members” of the Red Bull team, are in hospital. Rumours suggest that the Briton involved is the well-known photographer Keith Sutton, while the other two press-men are journalists Peter Nygaard and Luis Vasconcelos. The newspaper claimed that they have contracted infectious diseases after being bitten by mosquitoes in India late last month. During the Indian grand prix weekend 20 days ago, we reported that the swarms of mosquitoes in the Delhi area could be carrying the infectious and potentially life-threatening dengue fever. Blick also mentioned malaria. Subbed by AJN. Related NewsPerez has grandstand named after him for US GPRossi to get FP1 action in Montreal and Austin with CaterhamIndian GP problems money related says EcclestoneIndian GP organisers seek meeting to pursue 2015 returnNo Indian GP return in 2015 as Baku street race set to happenEcclestone hits back at Texas Speedway boss criticismLaw change paves road for India GP returnVettel: To win every race since the summer break is unbelievable, the car has been phenomenalBarrichello says he nearly replaced Raikkonen for final two racesBriatore: US GP showed that Lotus made very bad choice with Kovalainen muddles I live in Thailand and mosquitos certainly cause lots of threats to your health and lifestyle. Dengue on 2 occasions have not gone down well. I hope all involved in this a speedy recovery.