Sunday was a more typical San Francisco day, with a bowlful of fog consuming much of the lower bay (you could not see the Golden Gate Bridge from the shore-side viewing areas), and chillier temperatures, in the lower 60s. It was also windier, with breeze topping off in the low 20-knot range. But racing got off on time, and though Oracle Team USA took the early lead in the first of the day’s two races, the Kiwis stormed back in yet another contest with a lead change to record their third win in a row. Finally, in Race 4, Ellison’s charges sailed a perfect race in a wire-to-wire victory. But it could be telling that, even with a flawless performance, their margin of victory over the Kiwis was a mere 8 seconds. And now that the New Zealanders have endured a figurative punch in the nose, they may come back angrier and more motivated. If that’s the case, watch out.