The John Button Memorial Trophy is awarded to the Retro Rallycross Driver of the Year every year. It was created for and named after the British rallycross legend John Button, who was Jenson Button's father, after John passed away at the age of 70 in January 2014. The trophy is important as it honours John's memory and his illustrious career.

The current holder of the trophy is Ray Morgan after he won the Retro Rallycross Driver of the Year in 2014 and 2015, thus winning the trophy twice.

Winners of the John Button Memorial TrophyEdit

  • 2014: Ray Morgan (GBR)
  • 2015: Ray Morgan (GBR)

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