Having painted a load of 1941 Soviet AFVs during lockdown, I was casting around for a game in which I could use them. One of Andrew Rolphs WW2 Eastern Front scenarios featured a counterttack by 12th Tank Division near the village of Leshnov, which looked promising. I did a bit of research and discovered 12th Tank was part of 8th Mech Corps, which included 15th and 34th Tank Divs with a wild mix of vehicles including T28s and a single regiment of T35s. Result!
I scaled Andrews scenario up somewhat to field all three tank divisions of 8th Mech Corps, albeit at roughly 25% strength due to vehicle attrition. The Germans were also scaled up proportionately, going from two battalions to six and it gave me an excuse to field the entire 33rd Panzer Regiment from 11th Panzer Div.
In the real battle the Russians attacked into gaping gap between 11th Panzer and 57th Infantry Div who were struggling to keep up, initially crashing into a single battalion of the 57th. This mapped quite nicely onto the 'Escape' One Hour Wargames scenario and I fixed the OBs in line with the historical force compositions. I ended up giving the Russians and extra combat unit as the Germans had some offtable artillery and I fiddled around with combat dice and SPs until both sides were roughly equal. Rating the Russian tank regiments and green and the panzer battalions as veteran evened up the hits, and various units were rated as 'heavy' to even out the combat dice. The Luftwaffe was busy bombing the Soviet rear areas and suppressing their airforce, so the Germans only got one airstrike on table, and I gave the Russians a single preparatory bombardment against the dug in Germans on table.