60 nanoseconds quicker than light over a 730km distance? I'm not going to crunch all the numbers out but that's insignificant.
If you were riding on the neutrino you got there 60 billionths of a second faster than if you were riding on a light beam. The time difference is imperceptible.
I suppose if you scaled that up to billion and trillion km distances, as we find in space, it might become significant at some point... but you'd have to be traveling to the other side of the galaxy for it to matter.