If I read this correctly the firewall will send all the traffic to router2 as long router 2 connection is functional and router 2 will send all the traffic it does not want to process to router 1.
Kinda a different solution to the problem but work mostly.
The only traffic that ever gets to router 1 in the normal case is coming from router 2. What you need to do is have router 2 track router 1 internet connection and not policy router if its down. This is done with the reachabilty option and the track option on the policy router statemnet
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