Nigel Stepney is pressing ahead with plans to publish his autobiography next year.
The former Ferrari mechanic, who has been at the centre of the spy controversy between Ferrari and McLaren, is hoping to publish the book himself early next year.
It comes just a week after original publisher Red Mist Books announced it was no longer involved in the book.
Stepney has set up his own website for the launch of his autobiography, with all proceeds from sales of 'Red Mist' going to charity.
The website advertising the book, said: "After being dropped rather abruptly by my previous publisher, I am continuing to write my autobiography and have made alternative arrangements for its publication early next year.
"Despite opposition it will still be called RED MIST which aptly describes my present demeanour. Proceeds from the sale of my book will go to Great Ormond Street Hospital for children.
"This is a place that has become close to my heart after working with the doctors there in the past."