But the prosecution is going to have to find something to "blame" this on other than a drunk...
The wind drives the props, this produces energy, this energy can be used to "drive the car". The car's driving does not effect the amount the props spin (within reason for this thought experiment). So the speed of the car is only limited by the friction forces and conversion efficiency between the wind's power and movement. So in this case, there is no reason that car with prop could go faster than the wind.
When the car is pointed into the wind, it now has the additional benefit of any acceleration causing additional energy from the props, but it is limited by friction and conversion efficiency. I was just going to say you can't go faster than the wind "downwind" but then a quick google cleared that up. It would be really interesting to see a polar plot of this car's performance based on angle of wind and angle of car.
"I DO NOT FUCKING CARE" (IDNFC) license
The IDNFC license is best described with a FAQ:
Q: What exactly is the "I DO NOT FUCKING CARE" license?
A: You must be reading this thinking I care what you think about these "works". This is the "I don't fucking care" license. So I really don't care what you do with this stuff.
Q: Wait! Are you saying that we can do anything we want with this "stuff"?
A: Wooo there! You are not listening, I said "I" do not care. You better read the other licenses that accompany this "stuff", because apparently there are other people out there that care a great deal. I wouldn't want to fuck with them, they have the law on their side!
Q: Yes, I realize those licenses exist, and I follow them to the T. But what about "your" stuff that you release, and it only has this license? Say I use your code on a patient monitoring program, and it crashes and someone dies. What is your name so I can sue you?
A: Oh fuck this shit! I knew this would happen! Don't you fucking test your code? Unit tests and more units tests! What is my lawyer's number!
Q: You haven't really put this past a lawyer, have you?
A: Well, I was drinking with a buddy who said he was a lawyer (but you know how mates could be superman and no one would know?). He said that it appears that I had forfeited all rights to any ownership of these works, and that they would then be in a "free market" where other people could claim ownership on it. But then there could potentially be conflict of ownership if another person subsequently claimed ownership. Then because I am being so "flippant" with the use of this whole fucking terminology, it could be argued this "license" was null and void. All of this was making my head spin so I put up my hand and said enough already!
Q: Wooo, you wait right there! You said this license could be "null and void"? So you could potentially claim it back for yourself?
A: Oh fuck! Not more of this shit! Listen, I don't fucking care. You know, when the lawyer buddy started getting excited over how much additional revenue this license could generate, I knew something was wrong. I really, absolutely, positively, (with no swear words), have no interest in what you do with these "works", now, and forever. There, now leave me the fuck alone, I need to code!