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Considering that the new teams are within 107% in qualifying, it makes it a moot point. There will always be slower cars. As has been said in this thread before, it is up to the driver that is passing to make sure that the pass is being made safely. This is true in even your local indoor kart track. I know for a fact that it is explicitly stated it both the SCCA and NASA rulebooks. And those are mostly amateur racers.
I've seen multi-class open-wheel racing in SCCA that would make Coulthard's head spin from the huge difference in closing speeds. And yet, somehow, these amateur racers manage to deal with it quite handily.