Lastly, I'll point out, most "highly trained" police drivers completed a weekend course, a week course, or extremely rarely, a two week course. Which means, they are less skilled to driving at high speeds than most amateur drivers.
I assume you meant Amateur Race Drivers, since I would think that by the time one makes it to being a police officer you would have been driving long enough to no longer be considered an amateur driver and thus be more skilled. These Amateur Race Drivers that you speak of, are they the ones that mainly drive in a circle, you know, go fast turn left, repeat. Yep, never see wrecks at those races. Why is it they have things like roll cages, wear helmets, fire retardant suits, have crash crews and ambulances standing by for these highly skilled amateur drivers, oh sorry, Amateur Race Drivers.
Maybe because they're not the only ones on the road. Besides how much more skill does it take to drive in a circle behind somebody else driving in a circle with none of the other drivers talking on a cell phone, eating lunch, trying to read the TPS report, texting their secretary and putting on their make-up.
2) windmills do not HAVE to be "ugly." Seen kinetic art?
Maybe they can line the blades with LEDs and put on a POV off shore light show.
Nothing is faster than the speed of light ... To prove this to yourself, try opening the refrigerator door before the light comes on.