Some interesting results...
If it does happen, its only going to be in 1st, its not spinning in 2nd so no centrifugal force and is engaged in top gear.
There already is a small open hole in the piston to help stop this....whether its enough is open to discusion.
I think too little clearance in that situation may mean its starting to physically drag the pack if it is applying.... The steels and frictions are travelling opposite to each other in 1st as well which will also increase drag. If you wade into that tech paper, the drag loss is definitely rpm dependant....if they are travelling in opposite directions, that would effectively double the rpm and increase the drag significantly??