I was gonna say the problem is not as significant for normally aspirated Elise/Exige, but then I saw your "oh, and a supercharger".
It's a pretty significant problem, many people have lost engines because of it.
I run Hoosier R6 compound and lost one motor because of it at Thunderhill CA long left hander. Got lucky on motor #2 (same track, same tires) as it encountered the same issue only with about 3 psi less pressure and a more safe tune -- but that motor dropped a valve about 2 weeks later just driving around the street. Motor #3 is surviving with BOE's fuel slosh solution.
With Engine #1 and #2, the tank was filled up prior to each session on 100 octane race fuel -- didn't prevent fuel starve. My car is an 07, and by my first engine failure I only had about 5000 miles on it, Engine #2 lasted about 3000 miles. I "think" Engine #3 will be fine, but this Lotus has tossed failure after failure at me so who knows.
I think normally aspirated Elise/Exige with stock rubber seem to encounter the fuel starve and oil starve issues much less.
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