But with the poor tracks it had until just after the Raid, there wouldn't be much of that, with tracklife issues of under 200 miles. all early war UK tanks had that issue.One aspect the Germans didn't realise at the time was the Churchill's hill-climbing capability. That was perhaps its one saving grace.
Big thing they missed was the transaxle, to neutral steer.
But you do that with iffy tracks, they will break.
Not like the postwar tanks, do a high rpm neutral steer that would dig a tank sized hole