James - the Rolls-Royce. We'll burn up the town.
from City Lights
But there's no 'to'.
And it's not clear from the context whether 'James' ia real person. There's a sort of joke - not exactly idiomatic, but certainly informal - that someone addresses a command to an unknown servant, with the words 'Home, James, and don't spare the horses - that is, drive quickly (horses are seldom if ever involved). Maybe it's a quotation from a Victorian melodrama - but it's quite common in Br Eng..