BALTIMORE - Kiwi Scott Dixon edged Australian Will Power Saturday for pole position in IndyCar's Baltimore Grand Prix. A week after Dixon's pit-lane penalty helped Power claim the Sonoma Grand Prix, Dixon reasserted himself in Saturday's qualifying. Power held the provisional pole until Dixon topped him on his final lap of the 2.04-mile (3.3km), 12-turn Baltimore street circuit in 1 minute, 18.0838 seconds during the final Fast Six session. He beat Power's time by just 0.0333 seconds to claim his 20th career IndyCar pole and his second of the season. It comes after a 15th-place finish at Sonoma, where he was penalized for a pit-lane safety violation after he accidentally bumped one of Powers' crew members in the pits late in the race. –AFP