Lewis Hamilton could dominate F1 for the next 10 years, his father Anthony Hamilton has warned the triple champions rivals. Hamilton made it back-to-back drivers titles last year after a dominant campaign saw him crowned with three races to spare. He turned 31 in January and told Sky Sports F1 ahead of last Novembers Mexican GP he planned to retire at 37, but his father sees him competing longer.He is only going to get better, he is only going to get stronger, Hamilton Snr told Sky Sports News HQ at the Zoom Charity Auction.He has another seven to 10 years left in the sport and he is extremely competitive. He is still young so he has quite a few left in him. Despite having many interests outside of F1, including in the music industry where Hamilton has recorded a studio album, his father doesnt see him walking away from the sport any time soon.You can never say never, but I dont believe so. Lewis is a competitive soul, he loves motor racing and he loves to win, he added.As long as he has got that spirit he is going to remain in F1. I think he has another seven years minimum left in the business. That is bad news for everyone else. After two years in F1s dominant car, Hamilton believes his son wants to see others close the gap in 2016 to make it more of a challenge.If they were all in the same level car it would be fantastic, Hamilton Snr said. Lewis Hamilton popped into the Sky Sports studio during the 3rd Quarter of the Super Bowl What Lewis doesnt want to do is run away with it and just win races because the others cars arent up to scratch or the other teams are struggling. He wants everyone to be at the same level and he wants to win on merit.Hes winning on merit because hes in the best team and is doing the best job, but he would like to see other people compete and have to struggle for a win. Experience Silverstone live Get your 2016 tickets to Silverstone now! 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Manan Vohra scored his first double-century and put on an unbroken stand of 314 runs with Yuvraj Singh to bring Punjab within 77 runs of Barodas first innings total of 529 in Feroz Shah Kotla. They ended the day on 452 for 2.In the morning, Vohra and Uday Kaul (42) added 17 runs to stretch their overnight partnership to 105, before Munaf Patel removed Kaul with the score on 138. That was the last wicket to fall on the day, as Vohra and Yuvraj batted at nearly four-an-over to steer Punjab towards three points, after Deepak Hoodas unbeaten 293 had propelled Baroda to 529.Yuvraj dominated the partnership, scoring 179 at a strike rate of 70.75, while Vohra scored his 201 off 355 balls, with 17 fours and two sixes.Regular strikes on either side of a 160-run fifth-wicket stand helped Tamil Nadu reduce Madhya Pradesh to 261 for 7, needing 145 to avoid the follow-on in Cuttack.Tamil Nadu batted two overs to add eight runs to their overnight score of 547 for 7 before declaring in the morning. In response, MP were reduced to 82 for 4 before their captain Devendra Bundela joined hands with Saurabh Sharma to take them to 242 for 4.However, a late burst from offspinner Washington Sundar to remove Bundela (93) and Shubham Sharma (85) reduced MP to 249 for 6. They were two of the three wickets to fall in the last 15 overs of the day, which fetched only 19 runs. MPs misery was compounded further with Ankit Danes (6) run-out off the last ball of the day. Railways recovered from an early collapse to end the day on 196 for 5 in their chase of 315 against Bengal in Dharamsala.Bengal batted only seven balls in the day, addiing six to their overnight score of 208 for 9, before medium-pacer Karan Thakur removed Pankaj Shaw (25) to finish with 4 for 45.ddddddddddddRailways put on 22 for the opening stand, before losing three wickets in two overs to Amit Kuila (3-42), without adding a run. Former Bengal batsman Arindam Ghosh - who faced the hat-trick ball from Kuila in the tenth over - then joined opener Shivakant Shukla to put on 134 runs before Sayan Ghosh removed Shukla for 83. Sayan then removed Arindam for 51 with the score on 165. He finished the day with figures of 2 for 52.Wicketkeeper Mahesh Rawat (23) and captain Karn Shukla(13) took Railways to stumps without further damage.Hardik Patels 4 for 71 and Rush Kalarias 3 for 40 helped Gujarat take the lead and end the day 293-runs ahead of Uttar Pradesh at Palam grounds in Delhi.UP, who began the day on 147 for 4, lost their overnight batsmen Eklavya Dwivedi(28) and Mohammad Saif (4) in consecutive overs within the opening hour. Saifs four runs came off 77 balls. UP then lost Saurabh Kumar (15) with the score on 173, and it took an eight-wicket partnership of 62 between Kuldeep Yadav (25) and Imtiaz Ahmed (25) to lift them to their eventual total of 241 all-out, 106 behind Gujarats first innings score.In reply, a brisk 86-run opening partnership between Samit Gohel (50) and Priyank Panchal (35), and a third-wicket stand of 53 between Bhargav Merai (36) and Manpreet Juneja (34*) took Gujarat to 187 for 5 at stumps. Kuldeep Yadav took 3 for 69. ' ' '