of all the categories of technology, none show as much disparity
between Star Trek and Star Wars as raw acceleration of STL drives.
Impulse drive is the problem. If Star Trek only had Newtonian reaction thrusters, Star Wars vessels could keep up with their limited top accelerations (30-330g). Even the most inflated estimates for Star Wars accelerations barely match the lower acceleration limits for impulse.
Fortunately - and perhaps not coincidentally, given the limits of what the human eye can follow - Trek and Wars ships do not maneuver very differently in combat. Although it is clear that an impulse powered ship can outrun an ion engined ship, it does not follow that it will be able to fly circles around it.
This may have as much to do with the mechanism of impulse, which we may justifiably suggest is integrated closely with warp fields.