Just took the car out on some country roads for a run and noticed that at a slightly higher-than-normal speed turning round a bend (about 30-35mph) there is a very noticeable rubbing, scraping sound, like the sound of worn brake pads on a disk (I know it isn't this as I've just had pads and disks changed and it doesn't do the sound under braking). It happens purely when the right side of the car has weight put on it when turning left sharp'ish. I think the sound is coming from the front right wheel, I looked under the arch and everything and doesn't seem to be any sign of anything lodged in any gaps and no bolts or anything loose on the suspension, really puzzled. I did notice that whatever this is caused the car to not turn left so easily, like there is a restriction, it even under steered a little at about 30-35 which I was quite shocked about. This really is worrying me, I'll probably take it down the road to the wheel place to get it checked out. Any thoughts?