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Power denies Dixon pole for season opener at St. Pete

Despite a brush with the wall during the second phase of qualifying, Will Power scraped through to the Firestone Fast Six, and then secured his seventh pole position at St. Petersburg in eight attempts. For the first time all weekend in Florida, Chevrolet hit the front having seen Honda finish on top in the practice sessions, and it was 2014 Verizon IndyCar Series champion Power who took pole with a best lap of 1:01.0640 for Team Penske. A small mistake early in his best lap cost Scott Dixon top spot, with the New Zealander missing out by 0.1579 seconds, but the Chip Ganassi Racing driver was still able to be the best of the rest and will be looking to take his first victory around the...
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