Elliot Moss Bio, Wiki
Elliot Moss is an Executive Chef and owner at Plu Restaurant, a French-focused fine dining restaurant on St John’s Wood, London as per his Linkedln. He is best known for being the son of Sir Stirling Craufurd Moss, OBE, a British Formula One racing driver. The motor racing legend is reported to have died at the age of 90 following a long illness on Sunday, April 12th, 2020.
Elliot Moss Education
Moss both trained and was a pastry chef at Le Gavroche, Michel Roux Jr.’s famous fine-dining restaurant offering luxe French food and impeccable service. He was awarded the Newcomer of the Year prize in
the 2006 Good Food Guide.
Elliot Moss Parents
He is the son of Sir Stirling Craufurd Moss, OBE and Lady Sussie Moss. His father is a British former Formula One racing driver. An inductee into the International Motorsports Hall of Fame, he won 212 of the 529 races he entered across several categories of competition and has been described as “the greatest driver never to win the World Championship”. In a seven-year span between 1955 and 1961 Moss finished as championship runner-up four times and in third place the other three times.
His parents’ relationship started out as just a really good friendship but then it developed into something much deeper. They celebrated their wedding in 1980 which lasted for 3 decades, until his death in April 2020.
You can read more about her mother, Lady Sussie Moss here.
Stirling Moss Death & Cause
Stirling Moss died on April 11ths, 2020 aged 90 following a long illness, his wife announced Sunday.
“It was one lap too many,” Susie Moss told Britain’s Press Association. “He just closed his eyes.”
Although Moss never won the Formula One title, he finished runner-up four times and third three times.
British media reported Moss’s passing was the result of a chest infection he caught in Singapore in December 2016 that saw him retire from public life two years later. There is no suggestion his death was linked to the coronavirus.
RIP Sir Stirling Moss, 90.
Fantastic driver – a ‘racer’s racer’ – & a dashing, debonair character.
His wife Lady Moss told the Daily Mail: 'He died as he lived, looking wonderful.’ pic.twitter.com/YwOieyNtLn
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) April 12, 2020