Hi Geno, sorry to hear of your problem. This is exactly the combination of wheel and car I have. You say 'rubbing' sound, does it sound like the tyre is rubbing? Are your tyres new, if so, have you tried removing the offending wheel to see if there are any chafe marks on the tyre to indicate which part is rubbing? If you run your hand around between the tyre and the wheel arch, including round the back of the tyre, does there appear to be a uniform gap? Are you sure the car is handling OK, could it be a faulty shock absorber or something? Presumably this has just started happening with the fitment of the new wheels? Is the car lowered at all? I have the SP3 which is lowered and I have no problem at all.
..apologies Geno, you did say that your car isn't lowered at all. (I can't get the quick reply to work and I couldn't see your post as I wrote, to refer to).
You don't have any wheel spacers fitted, do you? If you got the car 2nd hand, maybe the previous owner had fitted them and they were fine with the previous wheels? Maybe there are spacers and they have corroded on, so that you don't know they're there. Just a thought. The new wheels are wider and may therefore cause a problem with them.