Distance drivers range from speeds 9 to 15. When thrown at the correct speed, their flight characteristics mimic that of slower discs, ranging all over in stability. However, when underthrown, distance drivers all become quite overstable and fade out quickly.
Distance drivers have a flat, sharp, aerodynamic edge and wide rim. This shape allows them to cut through the air and hold high speeds for a long time, meaning they can cover a lot of distance during flight.