He gained one championship point for the pole and will start Sunday's race 38 points behind championship leader Helio Castroneves who will roll of from the seventh spot.
Will Power will start from second alongside Dixon renewing their rivalry from one-week ago at Sonoma. Simon Pagenaud will start third. Justin Wilson was in his first Firestone Fast Six of the season and qualified fourth. Josef Newgarden qualified a season's best fifth and Tristian Vautier will start from sixth.
The Grand Prix of Baltimore around the 12-turn Baltimore Street Circuit can be seen at 2 p.m. ET Sunday on the NBC Sports Network.
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