In The Phantom Menace, Anakin's piloting skills are treated as irregular and a sign that he is Force-sensitive. It's apparently extremely rare for humans to podrace and he's the first human in the history of the Boonta Eve Classic to win.
QUI-GON : They have Podracing on Malastare. Very fast, very dangerous.
ANAKIN : I'm the only human who can do it.
SHMI looks askance at her son.
ANAKIN : (Cont'd) Mom, what? I'm not bragging. It's true. Watto says he's never heard of a human doing it.
QUI-GON : You must have Jedi reflexes if you race Pods.
Despite this, the vast majority of regular and great pilots in the Star Wars franchise are human.
The Empire and First Order were explicitly species-ist, so it makes sense that they only employed human pilots. However, the Rebellion and Resistance had mainly human pilots and the Republic used human clones for pilots as well. They all seemed to do fairly well. Additionally, many of the supposedly best non-Force-sensitive pilots were human, such as Han Solo and Poe Dameron.
Do any other Star Wars works reinforce the idea that humans were generally poor pilots compared to other species?