You've probably seen the T-shirt with police officer Einstein-"186000 miles per second. It's not just a good idea, it's the law."
Well, just like you and I have likely fudged at least the 5MPH above the posted speed limit, it seems that neutrinos are a bit of a subatomic leadfoot. As best as folks from the CERN atom-smasher can figure, they were clocked at 60 nanoseconds over the speed of light. They've run as many double-checks as they know how, but the results still have the neutrinos coming in statistically significantly faster than light. Yes, they are that precise that 60NS can be significant and measurable.
Chances are there was something the folks that gave us the Web missed, since there are a lot of critics that are doing a lot of dis-CERN-ing. Messing with Einstein usually ends up like the jerks in the jerky ad messin' with Bigfoot; the scientist usually gets his research drop-kicked into the next area code.
However, might the neutrino be a smidge faster than an electron? It's a smidge lighter, if I recall my physics (a year's worth back in high school where I don't recall covering neutrinos, so take it with multiple grains of salt), so it may well be a smidge faster.