> Newtonian mechanics has no problems with infinitely fast objects, as long as you don't collide them with something else.
If you think that is the case solve the following single particle 1-dimensional, force-less system:
t=0: the particle is "at" x=0 and has dx/dt=\infty and d^2x/dt^2=0.
Solve for t=1 to get x_1,v_1,a_1
Now solve the following systems for t=1 and t=-1:
t=0: x=x_1, dx/dt=-v_1, d^2x/dt^2=a_1
t=0: x=2*x_1, dx/dt=-v_1, d^2x/dt^2=a_1
t=0: x=x_1, dx/dt=-2*v_1, d^2x/dt^2=a_1
t=0: x=2*x_1, dx/dt=-2*v_1, d^2x/dt^2=a_1
Either you cannot do this, or something will be contradictory.