It seems to make sense, the neutrino particle is just smaller than the light 'particle', therefore it has less mass, and can go faster. That's why all our current calculations for light etc. still work and are valid, the formula e=mc^2 is just bound to the resolution of light 'particles'. Maybe the 'constant' c needs to be re-evaluated so it takes particle size into account? It should be more of an asymptotic relationship:
Q: Whats faster than light?
A: The closest thing to 'nothing' (i.e. the mathematical limit in calculus)